Marshall Pet Ferret Hanging Nap Sack
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Rating: 4.8

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The Ferret Hanging Nap Sack is used both as a hammock and as a cozy napping sack. The faux lambswool inner sack is ideal for a ferret's natural burrowing habits. Clips to wire cage.
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tianna h.
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Rating: 5

It's cool!

posted 6 years ago

i used this for my rats and they loved it we playpeek-a-boo with it and they sleep like babies in it

Pros: it's soft

Cons: no cons

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Loripaint
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Rating: 5

Ferret nap sack is great

posted 6 years ago

my two ferrets love to rest and relax in this nap sack. they look as relaxed as two people resting on a hammock..it is soft and cozy for them to sleep in during the day or night

Pros: soft and comfy for my ferrets to rest in

Cons: not crazy about the pattern

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