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Old 08-28-2009, 07:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hiya

I was just wondering if anyone knew of a link to a site in the UK which sells made to order cage liners? I know there are a few in America but i'm not able to buy them over the internet, and this is easiest and safest way.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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Can't help you with a link, but why not just buy some fleece and cut it to size for yourself? You can also create scrapes with it for your hedgie's house
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Is that ok for hedgie then? and the scraps wont get caught in his mouth or anything? i.e he wont try to eat them will he?
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The hedgie may try to taste them at first, but they shouldn't get stuck in his/her mouth, and there's no strings that could hurt his mouth or wrap around his legs. The strips are typically an inch or so wide and then a few inches long, or at least that's about how big I made mine.
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likewise. the nice thing about fleece is it doesn't unravel so you don't need to stitch the edges. I'd recommend getting a lighter colour. That way if your hedgie gets sick or is bleeding, it will show up on the liner. Get a large piece & then cut a couple liners out of it for yourself.
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