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2PCS Guinea Pig Hideout Corner, Hideaway Hammock, Hideout Play C

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Product description

Color:Yellow Owl

What you get?

2PCS Hideout Corners. Package include 2Packs Hideout Corner with hooks. Each one is 17 inches (Long) x 12 inches (High) x 9.5 inches (Wide).  Very classic pattern styles to match home decor or mood. Suitable for most small animal pets too. 

1. Use it as Hammock for Your Little Pet

The top the hide out corner is designed for small pet to rest amp; play. Use it as a hammock, more fun for your little pet to play.

2. Use it as Hideaway Corner

The tassel curtain is made of soft cotton, comfortable for Guinea Pig or hamster to cross. Small pets can hide amp; play inside the hideaway corner. 

3. Soft amp; Comfortable

Made of soft cotton canvas amp; soft fleece, these hideout corners are comfortable for guinea pigs, ferrets, chinchillas, gerbils, rats, hamster, hedgehogs, dwarf rabbits and other small animals.

4. Easy to Install amp; Suitable for most cage

Just use the hooks (included in the package) to attach to the cage. Set it done in a few minutes. This set include 2Packs Hideout Corner for you to install in the same cage or different cages.

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