- Mar 6, 2017
I brought Ethel Webster home in a small plastic tub that she had been living quite happily in for a few months in the shop. Anyhow, the cage I had planned for her I was advised would still be too small. I have now housed her in a faunarium that measures 30w x 23h x 21d cms. I am now wondering if this is too big or 'fussy' for her. I want her to be in something that looks nice rather than a plastic tub sat on the side, lol! She has set up 'home' in the small cardboard tube. I put it near the top in the hope that she would use it rather than make a web nest on the lid of the cage and I think it's worked! What do fellow owners think - is this too big and fussy for a jumper? I think she's pretty much fully grown.