Trixie Rustle cave Hammock 10 cm
Rustle cave Hammock 10 cm €3,99

Rustle cave Hammock 10 cm

€3,99
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Product description

Trixie Rustle Cave for small rodents!

This small hanging hole gives your mice or dwarf hamster a nice and soft and cozy hiding place. Easy to hang in the enclosure thanks to the hanging system. Spoil your mice or dwarf hamster with this cute hanging hole, where they can hide and relax. With its soft and cozy interior, it offers a comfortable hiding place for your little furry friends.

The hanging den has been designed with ease of use in mind. Thanks to the handy suspension system, you can easily attach it to the enclosure, so that your pets can enjoy it right away.

Made of Nylon
With rustling foil for a surprising effect
Easy to hang

This hanging hole is not only functional, but also adds a touch of cosiness to your small rodents' stay. They will love their own soft haven, where they can play, nap and feel safe.

User Manual Hammock

For mice, the hammock may be hung higher in the enclosure. Mice are good climbers and like to sleep at the top of their cage. Make sure that any fall is always broken.

For Dwarf hamsters and hamsters, the hammock should be hung a little lower, these animals cannot climb very well and do not see depth. An exception to this is the Chinese Dwarf Hamster, which can climb better.

Specifications
Dimensions (approx): ø 10 × 9 cm | Opening: diameter 5 cm
Material: Cotton/lambskin look (polyester)
Included hanging system: Yes
Care instructions: Hand wash
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster
Particularities: Offer under supervision
Trixie Rustle cave Hammock 10 cm
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