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Softness under the Paws
Are you looking for an alternative to hard bedding or unsightly bathroom mats as the floor cover in your rabbits', guinea pigs', chinchillas', rats', or pygmy hedgehogs' cage or play area? The cage mat from the Tropical Forest collection might be just the thing. It provides your pets with softness and comfort, just like the moss does in the jungle. It stays in place and maintains its shape, withstands multiple washes, and takes care of your furry friends' delicate paws. With this mat, you will forget about wood shavings scattered throughout the house and your pets' injured paws. The available sizes will fit perfectly into the Perfect cage, terrariums, standard cages, or C&C modular cages.
Durable and Super Comfortable Velvet
On both sides of the mat, there is upholstery fabric that can withstand frequent cleaning and still look like new after a long time. You can choose which color of the mat fits your cage decor better - you can change them whenever you want.
The fabric is incredibly pleasant to touch, and its microfibers will gently embrace your pets' paws with every step they take. The quilted side of the mat has a protective coating that allows you to clean it less frequently - it prevents rapid liquid absorption, so if you wipe it with a cloth from time to time, it will be clean again.
Practical Filling and 100% Safety
The center of the mat, although not visible, is just as important, if not more so, than its outer side. It largely determines how long it will maintain its shape. That's why we used durable upholstery wadding, which is not afraid of frequent washing, high temperatures, or humidity. It is soft and flexible, but compact, so it returns to its form after every touch.
All parts of the mat are sewn with sturdy upholstery threads, used in the production of "human" furniture. You will not find any protruding threads that could be dangerous for the tiniest pets.