Exotic Nutrition Hangouts Banana Nest Small Animal Pouch

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Your mini mate will love monkeyin’ around in his new Exotic Nutrition Hangouts Banana Nest Small Animal Pouch. This banana-shaped nesting pouch is crafted using a polar fleece material that’s soft to the touch. It’s designed to repel urine and cleans up easily in your household washing machine. The pouch is secured using heavy-duty cage clips and features hidden seams to help protect your pal from getting his nails snagged. Spacious and comfy, this pet pouch can easily hold up to three small animals at one time.

Key Benefits
  • Banana-shaped hanging pouch for your sugar glider or other small pet.
  • Designed to repel urine and other liquids.
  • Machine-washable for easy cleaning whenever needed.
  • Crafted using a polar fleece material that’s soft to the touch.
  • Features heavy-duty cage clips for security and hidden seams for safety.

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  • Dimensions
    0.5 x 6 x 13 inches
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  • Small Pet Type
    Sugar Glider, Gerbil, Rat

Machine washable, allow item to air dry. Regularly inspect pouch for loose seams and regular wear & tear. Replace if damaged.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Be careful with smaller animals!

    By AmyMarie on Nov 9, 2020

    I bought this hammock for my pet mice, and have since introduced it to both of my mice groups (which I'm currently in the process of integrating). The first group seemed to be fine with it, but my second chewed through the interior. One of my mice, Tumble, got stuck in the inner lining and I had to wiggle her out. If you're buying this for a smaller rodent, I'd recommend... circumcising the tips of the two peel strands so that your rodent can easily escape in any scenario. Better yet, I'd recommend just getting a smaller hammock altogether.

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