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Could I use this in the bottom of my bird cage? I am now using carefresh natural and I don't love the smell.
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My rabbits keep eating it. Is it harmful?
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Do I need to have bedding for my rabbits?
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Is this bedding biodegradable? Can I dump it in my yard for disposal?
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My chinchilla keeps eating these potty training pellets instead of using them and I'm not sure that's safe for her. Is it safe for her to eat them?
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Is this product better for Silkie chickens than the Aspen bedding shavings?
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is this good for a DWARF HAMSTER? and how much do i PACK IN THE CAGE?
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How is this different from the the paper pellet cat litter? Could I use it as cat litter?

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Marshall Pet Products Marshall Pet Products Ferret Litter

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If my ferret eats some of the bedding is it harmful?

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i haven't had any issues with my ferrets eating it on accident. if they did they just pooped it right out and it was harmful to them.
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It depends on what bedding. If it's carefresh natural, like my hamster's bedding, then it's safe. I see no problem with animals eating this bedding. I wouldn't know for any other bedding though.
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Depending on what type of bedding used, the answer is no. It is recommended to use bedding made for use of ferrets which is not harmful if ingested.
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Dear Lavi,

Ingestion of any bedding is not recommended, but if it does, take it to a veterinarian, as it could cause impaction.
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