I finally got pictures of my fleece! Took me long enough!
Here's the left side of the cage. You can see the big green bottom fleece cliped to the sides of the cage. The whole thing is covered in pads because I've started swapping out the dirty ones daily- it really lets me clean the cage 7 days apart.
The draped fleece is because the boys are currently having some kind of hormone war. Max is now full blown adolecent and he's stiring the pot- no houses for us!
This picture shows the right side of the house. The red fringe is hiding their sleeping area. The fringe is a big hit!
Boyfriend is over and he has just told me that the cage fleeces "hurt his eyes" they clash with one another so much.
Apparently, my fleece decorating skills suck and he thinks I should have a much more "manly" cage for the boys. The current fleeces are either girly or too babyish, says he.
*pfft* What does he know, huh? This from the man who won't even put up curtains!
I did suggest that boyfriend go out and buy the nice manly new fleece himself. He was all into it, untill I told him that it's $13.99 a yard!
I have so many remnants because I just buy whatever scraps are left over for $2 a yard.
It is kind of clashing, though, with the fish print, pale pink, bright yellow, and the green school print.....
- Guinea Pig Market
They hay Box/ kicthen area where Oscar spends most of his time at. It has a batting and fleece pad underneath as part of the kitchen area.
The bedroom. Im in the process of replacing the waffle blocks houses with two fleece houses.
The play area. I had to construct a cloth tunnel for Archie since he his a bit too large for any other commercial tunnel.
The actual fleece bottom is one large pad. I sewed it all together in one unit for easy cleaning. The bottom layer is grey fleece, the middle is a twin size matress protector and the top is also fleece. So far it has worked wonders for me.
I hate the pine...it gets stuck in Cassanova's manly area too easily...but makes removing mushy poop a breeze...I hope that we can switch to fleece some day.