Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding

35 litre
: 4/5
(5)
Natural linen bedding with added Soft Dry odour absorber, for durable odour control with up to 30% improved ammoniac binding compared to hemp....further information
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Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding
Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding
Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding
Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding
Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding
Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding
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€15.99
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Natural linen bedding with added Soft Dry odour absorber, for durable odour control with up to 30% improved ammoniac binding compared to hemp.

Linen Bedding is a natural, economical and highly effective bedding option for small pets. A loose layer of 3-5 cm Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding instantly provides your pet with maximum comfort and a soft and dry floor. Just exchange used bedding in the corners for fresh litter and you and your pet will be enjoying a clean cage for weeks. Depending on the number of pets and the size of the cage, Bunny Bed O'Linum can stay dry for up to 14 days and will reliably absorb odour caused by ammoniac. Bunny Bed O'Linum biodegrades quickly and can be disposed of in your garden compost.

30 litres are equivalent to approx. 5 cm depth on a 1.20 m x 0.60 m surface.

Advantages of Bunny Bed O'Linum Natural Linen Bedding:

  • Natural linen bedding
  • Excellent absorbency
  • Fantastically soft
  • Free from dust, cleaned five times
  • Economical
  • Biodegrades quickly
  • Durable odour control by 30% improved ammoniac absorption compared to hemp

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05/05/20
: 1/5
Not impressed
I have 3 guinea pigs, and before this product I changed their litter every second day. After reading reviews for this I was excited, I was expecting their cage to be a lot less smelly and I expected this to absorb their urine. I have been using this for about a week and it was an absolute waste of money. It smells even worse than it did before. I would not recommend.
17/11/17|Kay Dudman
: 5/5
Excellent quality - keeps piggies dry
I use this bedding for my guinea pigs. It is extremely good at absorbing urine, keeping them dry underfoot. It is practically dust-free, so does not give a problem with respiratory issues that can occur with other types of bedding. It is easy to use. Highly recommended.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
24/01/16
: 5/5
Great Piggie bedding
I've recently adopted two guinea pigs so have been trying out some different beddings to see what suits us. I found this stuff great. I put it on top of newspaper and puppy pad liners. It seems to keep the piggies dry and smell free. I'll definitely be sticking with this one.
25/10/14
: 5/5
Great fpr guineas
I bought this last week and was rather sceptical. I was completely changing out my guinea pigs three times a week but this stuff has revolutionised that! I did a spot clean yesterday but the bedding is still OK, dry and clean after five days. Worth every penny in my mind. Great product and speedy delivery!
12/01/12|debbie
: 5/5
superb dust free for snuffles bunny
My old frenchie housebun is now 7yrs old and been a snuffles bun for a few years..now its affecting his breathing. I am asthmatic and we were both suffering from litter tray litter anbd bedding that claimed to be virtually dust free or dust extracted. the dust was appalling and paper litter wasnt comfy for his snoozles in his tray. Bed o linum is the best stuff ive found...NO DUST..perfect for him and his missus and our three little buns upstairs and me! compostable...soaks up a lot of wee...and buns love to nom it too. Wished id used ot sooner.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk