? How come you need to know all the measurements? If it's an FN, I know Shooper makes pillow case style liners (visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fleece-for-Furries/158912790837886 ) I didn't have to send her measurements, and I have an FN 182.I need to order fleece pillow case style liners, but I have to know the pan measurements for all the parts of each before I do that.
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Oh, okay. And they do the pillow case style liner for the cut out too? How long do they take to get orders out usually?? How come you need to know all the measurements? If it's an FN, I know Shooper makes pillow case style liners (visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fleece-for-Furries/158912790837886 ) I didn't have to send her measurements, and I have an FN 182.
Sounds great! Yeah, the ones I ordered with the cut out for the top level have done just fine, and held up in the wash so far, too.And I just put in an order with them. 3 different fleece patterns. Yay.
I understand the concerns you raise. There are a few threads floating around here with some similar concerns, especially about trying to fit the warped metal together. My understanding is that there is an "old" model and a "new" model... people with the older version (one that required tools to assemble) are very happy with it and find that one more strong, sturdy, and reliable than the new "no-tools required!" version. I have one of the newer ones, but my particular unit was pretty easy to assemble. However, the plastic pans mine came with both had big cracks in them. I called Midwest, they shipped me new pans.Siphonophorae said:I'm actually a little concerned with the unbridled praise that Ferret Nation cages get...
Fleece is a bazillion times more amazing than shavings. Shaving are strong in odor, get everywhere, and have to be purchased regularly. I sewed my fleece liners in 2009 (I believe) and 6 years later am finally making new ones. The old ones are just starting to wear, but I could easily use them for another year or so. I wash them in hot water with some natural soap (Nellie's or Charlie's) and dry them in the dryer. The washing machine gets a little dirty, but it takes 15 seconds to wipe it out. I just make sure I shake the fleece out on the porch before washing them, to get the dust and hay off. The smell is minimal with chinchillas in general. Truly, best money I spent.I see people in these photos using fleece not shavings. Why? Pros, cons? What is mainentance like for fleece? They on the stuff I assume, how often do you change/wash it? Does it smell, I thought shaving keep the smell factor down. Would love to hear about why one vs. the other. Thanks!
I'm getting ready to move, so my house is crazy right now. I wanted to post a few photos.
Boys (Midnight and Shadow) Cage (flash)
Twilight's Cage (No flash):