Fleece Cage Liners
The Advantages of Using Fleece Cage Liners to Line Your Guinea Pig’s and small animal Cages
Fleece cage liners are an excellent option for guinea pigs and other small animals. They are absorbent, comfortable, and machine-washable, which makes them much easier to care for than traditional bedding materials. In addition, fleece liners are considerably less expensive than most bedding options on the market, so you can save money in the long run by using them. Fleece cage liners are also a much safer option for your guinea pig, as they will not ingest any harmful chemicals or particles that could potentially make them sick. If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional bedding materials, fleece cage liners are definitely worth considering.
The benefits of fleece cage liners
- Only requires a one-time purchase.
- Can be washed, dried, and reused over and over again.
- Allows moisture to wick through the fabric, keeping the surface and your pet dry.
- Will not become scattered all around your floors the way other bedding products might.
- Can be swept clean of solid waste easily allowing for more days between cage cleanings.
- Greatly minimizes odors.
- Provides a barrier between the guinea pig and his urine.
- Keeps your pet cleaner and drier for a longer time than ordinary bedding does.
- Fleece liners guinea pig looks neater.
- Many designs available meaning you can set your guinea pig up in style!
- Our fleece cage liners are designed to be used print side up with the plain fleece facing the base of the cage
- The underside of all cage liners is black fleece (to be facing the base of the cage)
You Won’t Regret Making the Switch to Fleece Cage Liners
Not having to constantly run out to the pet store for yet another high-priced bag of disposable bedding is a huge plus in and of itself. The same goes for no longer having to clean your guinea pigs cage every two or three days. You’ll quickly get used to enjoying a fresh smelling home again and not being embarrassed by unpleasant ammonia odors when company drops in unexpectedly. The greatest joy will be picking up your little pig and noticing that his belly and nether region are clean and dry. He’s happy. You’re happy. That’s a win-win.
—–This size is perfect for a c&c cage (smaller size will fit an end- 2X1 grid, larger size fits 4X2 grid cage)
—–If you are looking for something a bit smaller we also sell Rabbit, Guinea Pig & small animals Cuddle mat Here
Routine Maintenance for Guinea Pig Fleece Cage Liners
When using fleece, you’ll notice right away that the cage won’t get stinky nearly as quickly as it used to. There are a few routine tasks that you’ll want to make a habit:
- Remove the solid waste from on top of the fleece every couple of days (or daily if needed). Some people use a dustpan and small, handheld broom to whisk away the droppings. Others scoop up the waste with a paper towel or a gloved hand. If your guinea pig doesn’t mind the noise, a handheld vacuum could also be used.
- Every six to eight days or so, you will need to remove the fleece cage liner, wipe down the cage’s interior with a nontoxic cleaning solution, and provide a clean fleece cage liner. When you wash the cage liner, remember to not use any fabric softener as it will bring back the waterproof quality that you worked so hard to remove.
What is a C&C cage liner?
Fleece liners are a type of bedding designed specifically for guinea pigs. Unlike traditional bedding options, fleece liners are breathable, comfortable, and hypoallergenic. Fleece liners also help to control odors and absorb urine. Best of all, fleece liners can be easily washed in the washing machine. As a result, they are an excellent choice for people who are looking for a low-maintenance bedding option for their guinea pigs. C&C cage liners are a type of fleece liner that is specifically designed to fit into C&C cages. C&C cages are a popular type of home cage for guinea pigs because they provide plenty of space for the animals