I've had chinchillas for three years now, which doesn't feel like long. I've done a lot of research on them and I noticed they need to get regular exercise. Though I try, I've found it hard to make sure this happens. I don't feel like I have the time to spend with them. Also, I don't really have any chinchilla-proof rooms that I can just let them loose in. However, I do have a rabbit gate from when I used to have rabbits, but after letting them run with that I've found they can get out. What should I do? Also, how often should they be let out? If I remember right, it's something like twice a week for two hours ish. I should probably mention that I am allergic to chinchillas. The weird thing is I didn't notice this until I got a second one last year. It doesn't bother me too much, as long as I don't touch my eyes after holding them I am usually fine, with the exception of sneezing. I'm currently in High School, so I'm usually pretty busy with school assignments. I realize this makes me sound like I am unfit to be a chinchilla owner, but I really hope that is not the case. I love animals and that is why I am even saying anything. I know I am not giving my chinchillas the exercise they need, so I am here asking for advice on how I can. Technically, I share my chinchillas with some of my siblings, but I am the main caretaker. So I can get help from them as far as making sure they get exercise. My older sister helped pay for my first chinchilla and I am sure she'd be willing to help. Anyway, any and all help is appreciated!