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Peter's Woven Grass Mat for Rabbits

Made of natural grassSafe to chewGreat place for your pet to hideaway & sleep the afternoon awayProtects sensitive paws from wire bottom cagesCan be used inside or outside of cage
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How do you clean it?

I know my bunny poops and pees everywhere and he would do it on here too. How would I clean it?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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I have a cage with a coated wire bottom so I just flip it over, the pooh falls off and that side has a chance to dry while she uses the other side. That probably wouldn't work in a solid bottom cage; in that case I'd consider buying two and rotating them in and out.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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I doubt you would be able to clean it. It's not exactly waterproof nor is it meant to be permanent furnishing.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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I haven't really had to do more than just shake it out to clean it, but I think you could spray it with vinegar/wipe with a rag like you do with a litter box and then let it dry out before giving it back to your bun.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Hang it out in the sun; after it dries, it's good to go!
answered 2 years ago
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Denver, CO
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The waste is solid. If soft, them you are not feeding them correctly. Soap and water. Confine them to an area and put in a cat type litter box for them to use. Use Green Pet Aspen Supreme pellets in the litter box to a depth of 2". Be sure to clean regularly.

Rabbits are grazers who need hay and grasses for the major part of their diet. Do NOT feed them iceberg lettuce. Mine eat different kinds of salads, apples, blue berries, bananas, carrots, basil, Timothy hay and Russel Rabbit Food, which is made in England.

My two rabbits taught themselves to use the litter box. They live within an 11' by 6' enclosure in the Family Room. They are not allowed to run free because they will chew on electrical cords. Fortunately, Bandit did not electrocute herself when she chewed through only one conductor on the lamp cord. They are my responsibility and this chewing cannot be trained out of them.

Outside, in the backyard, they have a 40' enclosure in which to run. I never leave them by themselves because there are hawks and an eagle in the area. Right now, here in Florida, it is too hot for them to be outside.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
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Gainesville, FL
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Size?

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
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The mat is approximately 11.5x15 inches
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Portland, OR
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is this safe for a guinea pig to chew or consume as well?

asked 1 year, 2 months ago
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Yep!
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