Or did you build it yourself? DO TELL! LOL
great!!!!!!!Just build one yourself.
Wood 2x2's about $2 each need approximately 5-6
Corner pieces at walmart $2 each need approximately 8-10 packs
Screen $9 at Lowes buy 2
Door frame 1x2's $1 each Need about 4
Hinges depending on where you go but walmart has them $2 for a 2 pack
0.99 cent cabinet pulls at Lowes
That's just a basic 24x24x48 enclosure with base making it 24x24x72
Oh and easy drainage Lowes carries a shelf like thing for $7 and all purpose plastic tubs for $6
Cool! Can an adult panther live in the 18x18x36?
Like with what materials.?
Oh, ok. Standard screen window extrusion assembled into frames, screen installed then riveted together. The base tub is thermo-formed from ABS sheet on a special machine I made. I ordered enough to make 100 cages of this size, thus the less than $10 ea. cost. It took me a couple weeks to make all of them, I sold around 20 and kept 80 for my own use because that's all I could fit in my reptile room. The top screen has a grommet in the middle to allow the misting nozzle through without the screen fraying.
Piece of cake.
If you want the best quality cage, contact Chameleons NW, they sell the Penn Plax cage.
1) It has mid bars that make it stronger and more rigid.
2) You can attach inside bars to the 3 outside bars using nuts and bolts. Then you can put wood slats across the bars to place your plants on and your feeder cup. No more thumbtacks for branches, feeder cups, etc
3) it has an opening in the back panel to run the misting hose into the cage.
The cost over a LLL cage was $20 I beleive.
Whatever cage you buy, replace the floor with plexiglass, all the floors stain and get nasty. Plexiglass can be purchases at hardware stores.