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Old 03-19-2019, 12:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, it's Marley's mom again. Marley being the little guy with progressive neuropathy or WHS or - let's just say he's partially paralyzed. Has anyone ever tried using puppy pee pads in their hedgehogs cage, on top of the fleece liner? Reason I'm asking is, he's getting to the point where, he ends up laying in his own filth. I only have so many fleece pads that I can put under his igloo. I have elderly Chihuahuas so always have a supply of pee pads. I get these Top Dog Pads that have activated charcoal. It says leakproof pads with Dry Lock Polymer. It would be so easy to cut these up and put one under Marley's Igloo, on top of the fleece liner. Has anyone tried this? Anyone think this is a BAD idea as far as being dangerous or toxic? I do use them when I have him in a plastic bin on my desk in front of my computer. But I didn't know if it would be a good idea to have him exposed to this material all the time. BTW - when I get paid I am taking him to the vet. My gut says it will be time to let him go. I just want to keep things as comfortable & sanitary for him as I can until then. Thx.
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Old 03-19-2019, 10:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey there! As long as the pads don’t smell strong to you, I’d say they’re good. Regular puppy pads are a hit with many owners so I don’t see a problem with them having charcoal for moisture!
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Thank you!
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Sorry about your guy

I use pee pads for Chowder. I cut them in half and change every other day.
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Thanks. Marley appreciates it. I thought I was so brilliant & came up with a great idea & now I see a bunch of people do this. Marley says it keeps me humble. . . . .
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