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  1. klovesguins

    Absorbent bedding options

    I'm looking at options for the hay/litter trays. Currently they are lined with newspaper, then woodshavings then hay. However, with my guinea pigs being elderly, and noticing a couple of them getting a little bit red back feet (I know this doesn't belong in this section, however if anyone can...
  2. Vic85

    DIY Liner Advice Please

    Hi all, So after watching a YouTube tutorial I jumped in a sewed my own cage liner. It was only afterwards I realised I haven’t used fleece! I know I know…. What I used was a throw from B and M that is 100% polyester. It’s incredibly soft but will it wick? I’m washing it now in the hope it can...
  3. A

    Fleece Liners

    hi, i am changing hutch to a c and c 2x4 one and am looking to also change to fleece liners. Some places specify that the liners are for 2x4 but some will put, for example, 120x59 or 100x54. are either of these big enough? also, if anyone uses them, could you share some tips or how to use/wash...
  4. ChloeCee98

    Floor Time And Momos Made Me Laugh

    Sorry about Noodle biting the bars she thinks MoMo is gone forever when I get her out lol Also does anyone have any good tips on how to make cage liners? I'm going to make my own and then extend the cage so that hudsons in a c&c instead of his tiny cage :( I'm getting him neutered soon so...
  5. Piggiemum7

    New Cage Liners!

    The boys love their new spotty cage liners! They've got an absorbent core so I'm hoping they'll be easy to wash.