Step 8: Attach the Chicken-wire to the Frame

Once the frame is complete, unroll the chicken-wire (or poultry-netting as it is now called) and attach it to the frame with plastic wire ties.
<p>Nice idea. Depending on the cost, I think I would opt for either an angle tee or an angle cross for the corners so that the chicken wire can be pulled more taut. I also had ferrets, and this should keep them in if covered with netting. Also would keep unwanted animals out :) Thanks for the DIY!</p>
great job!!! i will do this so i can take my ferrets out side to play,with out worring about them running away....thank you!!!!
I don't think any cage can contain a ferret for very long................I've seen them &quot;play&quot; before.

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