Ware Edible Twig Tunnel Small Animal Hideout
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About This Item
- Made from 100% handwoven willow
- Wholesome and safe to chew
- For small animals like chinchillas and rats
- Gives pets a safe place to hide
- Perfect for nesting and playing
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130 Customer Reviews
My two piggies absolutely love it
Amelia started checking the tunnel out even before I finished settling it into their cage, then kept going through it over and over again. Harmony is shyer about new things but she came to love it so much by the next day that she wouldn't share with her sister. So Amelia flipped it over.
Great for bunnies!
I bought the small size tunnel for my 5-6 pound bunny and she loves it. I’m surprised she hasn’t chewed it to pieces in the 3 weeks she’s had it, but she loves chewing the ends and flipping it over. She fits under it fine and must feel safer there, as she chose to hide from firework noises there during the 4th of July.
not the same as pictured
When I received this I can't tell if it was crushed by other things in my box but it is uneven and won't sit up straight in the cage. I tried to adjust it but it won't stay straight.
My gerbils love it!
The only downside to this tunnel, is that it does not last very long in the enclosure. The gerbils tear it apart in minutes!! They love it, but it's pretty expensive for something that they will destroy so quickly. Not sure if I will purchase again. If you have critters that don't chew like gerbils do, then this would probably be a nice hideout for them.
Would be nice if it stood up
It is sturdy and my Guinea pigs really want to hide in it. However, they keep tipping it over with the slightest touch because it is very misshapen. I tried to straighten it out and it hasn’t worked. I really like the tunnel other than this, but it makes it almost unusable for its intended purpose.
I was not able to use this one due to the musty odor. I didn’t want my bunnies to get sick with any respiratory illnesses
Use as parakeets hide away
Lasts about a month as a place for them to hide and chew when they’re on top of the tunnel.
The bunny loves it. And if she loves it I love it. Sometimes she will just be halfway in and her little back half is sticking out. Super cute. It makes her happy.
Very poor quality, misshapen
Cheaply made and poor quality. It is not an arch. It’s 3/4 of a tunnel and doesn’t stand up on its own. It falls over. It is not made of grape vine or twigs, it’s thin, flat brittle material. Returning this item.
Natural Twig Tunnel
Natural Twig Tunnel is awesome! My lop-ear seems to be enjoying the cozy cave that it creates and it is a nice alternative to the braided timothy hay tunnels. Makes a great edible chew for them and have peace of mind because it is all natural material.