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Cage Liners

Guinea Pig Cage Liners
If your size isn't listed then please contact me for an accurate quote.
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Cage Liners are fast becoming one of the preferred bedding options for piggie bedding. It's very easy to maintain, just sweep poops daily and change the liners when needed (usually every 5 days for a large enclosure) smaller cages will need changing more regularly but this will depend on the amount of piggies you have in the area.
I have tested many liner materials over the years including the very expensive Zorb but I always come back to the combination I find is most affordable & practical.
My liners are made up from 2 layers of fleece (a printed and plain layer usually) with a thick wadding inner - this core material disperses urine throughout the liner, is supersoft and cushioning on piggies feet so great for arthritic piggies or piggies prone to foot infections, keeps your piggies very dry on the top layer of the fleece and is extremely quick to wash and dry.
I do not use a waterproof layer in my liners like cheaper alternatives. When using a liner the urine needs somewhere to go to otherwise you will end up with a wet surface = more washing, longer drying times, and a piggie with a wet underside which could cause health issues.

Do I need another layer under your liners?

If you have a wipeable surface under my cage liners e.g plastic cage base or correx - you shouldn't need to use anything as what urine does get compressed through is easily wipeable during a changeover. However many prefer to use puppy pads or another suitable layer underneath especially if your cage is on the smaller size. I myself don't have a wipeable surface so I choose to use puppy pads under mine - however they don't need changing every time and when they do it's usually just the odd pad. (My cage liner covered area is a 4 X 2 with a 2 X 2 hay and litter area and I have 5 piggies)

You will read many differing opinions on what middle layer is best for cage liners - this is what I find best works for me and my piggies and I have been using them for 4 years with thousands of liners made and many satisfied customers :)


Liner prices are below
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Price List (guide) 2018
(These sizes are based on the 36cm grids EXACT internal measurements)
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C&C
1 x 1  37cm x 37cm £9
2 x 1 73cm x 37cm £14
2 x 2 73cm x 73cm £19
3 x 2 108cm x 73cm £25
4 x 2 145cm x 73cm £30
3 x 3 108cm x 108cm £35
4 x 3 145cm x 108cm £40
5 x 2 183cm x 73cm £45
5 x 3 183cm x 108cm £50
6 x 2 218cm x 73cm £60
6 x 3 218cm x 108cm £70
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These approximate measurements are taken from my own C&C cage using the 36cm grids and the standard connectors that you receive. If your grids are a different size or you fasten them together with different things e.g. tie wraps then please send your internal cage measurements when ordering. I always add a few cm on to measurements for a better fit.
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Popular Cage Sizes
Zoozone 1 70cm x 50cm  £18
Zoozone 2 100cm x 50cm £21
Ferplast 100 100cm x 60cm £22
Ferplast 120 120cm x 60cm £24
Ferplast 140 140cm x 70cm £30
Little Friends 100cm x 100cm £33
Plaza 140 142cm x 60cm £30
Plaza 160 162cm x 60cm £35

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When measuring your cage please send EXACT measurements - do not add anything on. This is because I add a little extra to cover any initial shrinkage that may occur when first washed and to provide a better fit around the edges. (There is nothing more annoying than poop falling down any gaps!) If you do add any extra length and width, pretty please inform me when ordering otherwise you will end up with an over sized liner.

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Matching Cosies can also be made for a complete set up.

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To place a cage liner order, please message me with sizes, fabric choices and I will create a customised link for you to complete checkout.

All liners come with a printed side and a plain reverse and can be used either way up

If you require both sides printed there will be a small additional charge