new ferret bedding!

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  1. Brattina88

    Brattina88 Active Member

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    I'm excited, so I had to share! :D :eek:

    Since we've redecorated the living room and kitchen (its a pretty open floor plan) I've been wanting to get new bedding for the ferret cage, too. Its a chocolate/blue-teal combo throughout the two rooms. Curtains, rugs, couch pillows, etc. I'm pleased that colors make the nice wood - the entertainment center, and bar, etc look even nicer! No more boring hospital white and TOOO much green!! o_0

    Anyway, here's the rug in the living room to show the color combo
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    I've been looking and looking for ferret bedding to match, or at least go together. Since I haven't found any I decided to make my own!

    so, $30 of fabric & supplies & about 3-4 hours later (and only one pricked finger! lol) I had new, hand sewn (machine broke:() ferret bedding! I'd be lying if I said I wasn't proud of myself :rofl1:


    Here's the top half of the FN - the double hammock I made (Annie's poking her head out lol). The light is reflecting off of the temporary feeding den...
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    And the bottom half...
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    you can't see it, but right below the ramp in the top right hand corner is a tube connecting to a remote litter box. linky. I just added that this weekend, too! BEST INVENTION, EVER! :hail: :p

    since then I've made a round bed (harder than I thought, but cuute!) and I want to make a cube or a triangle hammock, but I'm out of fabric :p I'm glad they seem to enjoy it as much as I do lol!
     
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    I like the color scheme it's pretty! And wanted to add that I got two fleece blankets at the thrift store for four bucks apiece. They're waiting to be cut and sewn into liners for the rat cage. I've been slacking. :eek:
     
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    slacker :p

    I wish my rat girls wouldnt chew fleece so bad, I'd love to deck their cage out too. But they destroy everything :rofl1:
     
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    Ah yeah that would be a problem. I'm hoping that the boys (rats) we're getting aren't super bad chewers cause everything in their cage so far is fleece...lol.
     

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