MidWest Top Unit Ferret Cage Replacement Pan

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Description

When the top-unit pan in your furry friend’s cage has undergone a little too much wear and tear, the MidWest Top Unit Ferret Cage Replacement Pan is ready to come to the rescue! Designed to replace the original top pan from certain mammal cages, it’s made from flexible polypropylene plastic so it’s odor resistant and easy to clean. It’s also much stronger than most other replacement pans, which are made from ABS plastic. And it’s injection molded, not vacuum sealed — which also makes it stronger and more long-lasting than most other pans. It slides right in and out of the cage so you can deal with messes quickly and easily.

Key Benefits
  • An extra or a replacement pan for the Ferret Nation and Critter Nation cage models 142, 143, 162, 163 and 182.
  • Made from injection-molded polypropylene for superior durability.
  • Leakproof, flexible and tough.
  • Odor resistant and simple to clean.
  • Easy to slide in and out of the cage.
Precautions

Manufacturer reccomends using this replacement pan with Ferret Nation or Critter Nation cages only to ensure proper fit

Compatible with Ferret Nation/Critter Nation series (models 142, 182, 143, 162, 163)

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  • Item Number
    222869
  • Dimensions
    34.34 x 23.04 x 1.23 inches
  • Weight
    2.9 pounds
  • Material
    Polypropylene, Plastic
  • Small Pet Type
    Ferret
Instructions

Remove from cage, dump debris, and wash with warm water and mild detergent

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    Replacement trays

    By Manny on Apr 17, 2020

    My chinchillas have chewed the edges of the trays and I'm ensuring they stay safe. Their feet could get caught up in the metal frame and hurt themselves or break a leg or paws so I am trying to eliminate this situation.

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