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Cage Liner Mat to Snuggle Small Paws
Probably one of the most frequently asked questions by rabbit, hedgehog, and rodent owners is "What bedding should I choose for the cage?" It's no wonder - the choice is not that easy. Litter can harm the delicate paws of small animals, sawdust sticks to long fur or spines, and hygiene pads do not look the most aesthetically pleasing and are not environmentally friendly. Are you concerned about any of these effects? This mat is the solution for your pets! It is pleasant to the touch and can beautifully adorn their space for a long time. The available sizes will be suitable for the Perfect cage, terrarium, standard cages, or modular c&c cages.
Reversible Mat for Rodents, Hedgehogs, and Rabbits
We sewed both sides of the mat from the proven premium material that has gained popularity among furniture manufacturers for a reason. Its dense, soft microfibers gently yield to your pet's every movement, just like real moss in the Paradise Garden. You can use both sides of the mat alternately - both endure contact with claws well, do not shed threads, and do not fade when machine washed. It is the perfect bedding for the cage, the playpen, and even the carrier.
Soft and Flexible Filling
The indispensable wadding serves as the filling for the mat for hedgehogs, rodents, and rabbits. It is flexible and quickly returns to its shape, so your pets won't crumple it into one corner of the cage. It is known for its resistance to moisture, sun, and high temperatures. It provides insulation from the cold substrate and does not overheat in summer. All elements of the mat are sewn with strong, break-resistant upholstery threads.
Question:Can the mats be customized to fit non-standard cage sizes?
Answer: Yes, we offer the possibility to customize mats for non-standard cage sizes. Contact us to discuss the details and obtain a quote.
Question:Can the mats be machine washed?
Answer: They can be machine washed, but we recommend using a gentle washing cycle. Hand washing can help maintain the mat's appearance for longer.
Question:Do mats change their size with usage?
Answer: Over time and with washing, mats might slightly reduce in size. This is a normal occurrence that doesn't significantly affect the mat's functionality.
Question:How do mats differ from DryBeds?
Answer: Mats can be machine washed and do not require combing. There's no need to use sanitary pads or bedding under mats. Dry Beds allow liquids to pass through to the other side, while the mat retains them.
Question:Do the mats stay dry after contact with urine?
Answer: Mats are made of fabric, and every fabric needs time to dry after contact with urine. Mats made of minky material tend to dry the quickest. Mats are not equivalent to sanitary pads.
Question:What is the role of the hydrophobic coating on the material?
Answer: The hydrophobic coating causes liquids to stay on the surface of the material for a certain period, preventing quick absorption.
Question:How do Pet Friendly mats differ from standard ones?
Answer: Pet Friendly mats are coated with a hydrophobic layer and a layer that inhibits the penetration of fur and dirt into the fabric. This makes them easier to keep clean, which is essential for pet care.
Question:Can the mats replace a litter box?
Answer: Mats do not replace litter boxes; they serve as an additional element to provide a comfortable resting place and protection against accidents. A litter box is still necessary for maintaining hygiene.
Question:How can a waterproof bottom of the mat help?
Answer: A waterproof bottom of the mat is useful when additional protection against mat spills is needed. It is particularly helpful when housing multiple animals in a small space or when an animal tends to urinate in one spot.
Question:I see many nice cage photos where mats are successfully used. How can I maintain such order in my pet's cage?
Answer: The key is the size of the cage. The larger it is and the more freedom the animals have to move around, the easier it is to maintain order. Many people divide the cage or enclosure into two sections: one for play and relaxation, and the other for eating and fulfilling the pet's physiological needs. A highly absorbent bedding is placed in the latter area to effectively protect the floor from getting dirty.
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