Many Small pet owners are NOW switching to absorbent fleece cage liners This is why:
- Time-saving with cleaning.
- Better for your pets' overall health.
- Fun and funky designs.
- Better for the environment.
- Reusable, saving you money.
- Reduce odor
Our Handmade Custom Fleece Cage Liners:
Say goodbye to smelly wood shavings or hay forever! Say hello to Teacupnethies fleece cage liners, made with TWO layers of polar fleece and ONE layer of 5mm thick non-toxic absorbent Thus helping to keep your guinea pig, rabbit, or rodent's cage dry and comfortable. It does this by wicking away moisture from the fleece and drawing it into the absorbent core. So it keeps the smell down. Thus no more smelly, gross wood shavings or hay to clean out. Not to mention, it just looks amazing at the same time.
Super Absorbent - Our non-toxic absorbent layer is Highly absorbent. It absorbs moisture away from the fleece layer to keep the fleece and small animal’s feet dry. The dryness minimizes the chance of Bumble Foot / Sore Hocks (Ulcerative pododermatitis) and Urine Burn/Scald. Which can be life-threatening for small animals.
Fleece Design & Choices
The fabric patterns and choices are way more fun and funky than boring old wood shavings and newspapers. You can even mix and match with other products like Potty Pads and Cuddle Sacks, Cosy Beds, and hides.
The liners are handmade with love and care by me on the Mid North Coast (NSW) of Australia. It is suitable for guinea pigs, rabbits, ferrets, Rats, and even dogs and cat pens.
The upfront cost may look daunting but these liners are reusable for months even years. Saving you a lot $$$ in the long run. Plus our pets deserve the best!
Cleaning your liner
I spot clean the cage every day or second daily if you wish. Using a Handheld vacuum or dustpan and brush picking up any little mess that has missed the litter tray, or rolling it up and shacking outside and if not wet I’ll flip it over so the other side used before washing. Change and wash the liners 5-7 days, depending on how many pets you have. Also if toilet trained they last longer.
How to care for your fleece cage liner
They will last hundreds of washes if used correctly. more than a year ago.
Please refrain from using softeners and dryer sheets as this will stop them from wicking as they should. The idea is to let the liquid pass through the fleece to the absorbent core in the middle. The fleece stays dry. YOU MUST wash before it will wick ( around 3 times). Machine washable on cool gentle wash and dryer friendly on a cool setting but do recommend line drying in the shade to extend the life of the liner. REMEMBER MUST wash the liner before use.
Tip: Using a Potty Pad in high traffic areas like toilet tray, water bottle this is a handmade product so pattern placement will vary and movement in the fabric. All caution is taken to quality check before shipping.