Alfie Pet – 2-in-1 Water Bottle with Hut for Small Animals Like Dwarf Hamster and Mouse – Color: Blue
- Unique 2-in-1 design includes a water bottle and hideout for your small furry friend’s cage.
- Transparent, wide-mouth plastic bottle holds 80ml and includes a large ball-point tube cap assembly.
- Ceramic base is made with study and pet safe materials so you don’t have to worry about your pet nibbling the hut.
- Hideout at the bottom is 4.25-inches tall and has an entrance of 1.5-inches by 1.3-inches—perfect for hamsters, mice and other small mammals.
- Bottle and hideout are easy to clean and resistant to odors to help keep your cage fresh and pleasant.
- No-drip water bottle, 80 ml capacity and measures 5″ tall and 1.75″ in diameter. Hideout at the bottom is 4.25″ tall with an 1.5″ x 1.3″ entrance. Combined together, the bottle and hideout measures 6.25″ in height. Ideal for hamster, mouse and other small furry animals.
- Fun nesting and resting, provide a safe harbor for your small animal with lookout holes to keep an eye out.
- Ceramic base made with sturdy and pet safe materials.
What’s the housing requirement for small animals
The cage needs to have a spot for your pet to sleep, a place for his food, water and treat dishes, and some space to play and run around. If your pet is out of its cage during the day to play and exercise, the cage can be smaller to accommodate just a sleeping place, food and water.
Why we need a sleeping hut
A nestbox or sleeping hut is often appreciated although not always absolutely necessary. Many small animals are nocturnal. That means they like to sleep during the day and run around at night. A hut can help your pet feel more comfortable during the sunlight hours while it is sleeping.
What kind of decors should I get
Scampering around is a favorite activity for most small animals, especially hamsters and mice. An exercise wheel or a variation of the wheel, a spinning disc, is a great choice for smaller pets. Another variation of the exercise wheel is an exercise ball. Your pet can climb into the ball and roll around the floor or on specially made tracks. Your pet can overexert itself; so don’t keep it in the ball for more than 15 or 20 minutes at a time. Some small animals, such as ferrets, sugar gliders and rats like to climb on limbs. Climbing branches, bird perches and bird swings work well. They may get chewed up, but that’s part of your pet’s play, too!
Others caring tips
Check it’s cage for chewed or damaged areas. Remove any old foods and check the toys to be sure they are still working and in good condition. Keeping your pet safe and well cared for can give both you and your pet a long and happy experience!