Kaytee Igloo Hideaway, Colors Vary
- Made of durable plastic, igloos are easy to clean and stain resistant
- Encourages natural nesting instincts in small animals
- One piece construction
- Ideal for guinea pigs, ferrets, dwarf rabbits, chinchillas, and other small furry animals
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Igloos come in assorted cool colors and they're made of translucent plastic so you can see your pet inside. Constructed from durable plastic making them easy to clean, plus they're odor and stain resistant. Igloos one piece design is easy to use and every igloo has fresh air vents to ensure your pet's health and well-being.
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I do think the word "giant" is a stretch. Big? Sure. Giant? Not so much. My bun will be able to lay down in it with 1/2 of his body sticking out.
I would've given this 4 stars if it wasn't clear and we were able to select the color. I got the pink one. Maybe that's why my male bun hasn't gone in it yet; too emasculating?
On a serious note, allowing for a selection of color would be much better. Regarding the transparency, I would imagine any animal small enough for this igloo is considered to be a "prey" animal thus likes to hide out. If this was opaque, it would probably be better for most pets. Because I'm a DIY master, I threw an old t-shirt over the igloo in hopes it entices my opinionated bun. I will update my review if he ever decides to grace the presence of his body inside this thing.
This was a worthless purchase. It's just too small for any pet >4 lbs. This is better suited for guinea pigs, gerbils, etc
But Amazon provides great service. I'll probably donate it to a shelter.
Just what the two guinea pigs like- the next size smaller is circular, and they both always wanted to lay in the doorway, which was impossible. This one they can share the doorway, and can still push it around their cage with their noses.
This will NOT fit into a small cage, or probably a medium cage. We have a cage with a fenced floor play area, and it must go in the floor area, or they wouldn't be able to get in or out of it. Our two guinea pigs own an Oxbow Play Yard Small Pet Habitat with a big fence and ramp (cage is 36x18), and there is no room in the cage for the igloo, even with the hiding area removed. If you would like this IN a cage, I would recommend the larger rabbit habitat that looks very similar, or go with the crate/grate style systems where you control the size.
Also make sure that your pet(s) will be comfortable with the size compared to their body size; many pets will be scared to have so much open space still. Our guinea pigs have grown so comfortable that they sprawl out in the floor to nap sometimes, but yours may need more snugly space. The next size smaller WAS a nice fit for them both when they first came home to us; yours may also enjoy that more cuddly sized space.
She seems to REALLY like it.. but the problem is it's lightweight and no way to tie it down. She seems to enjoy going in it and popping it and knocking it over. She also likes picking it up with her teeth and throwing it across the cage.
On the few times she gets tired of throwing it, she actually uses it and seems to like staying out of the wind... if only she would stop throwing it. I am going to try to punch some holes in it somehow and tie it down, this would be a nice hidey hole for her if I could figure out how to keep her from throwing it.
She hasn't chewed it up yet either, it's still in one solid piece, THAT's a good sign, but it's only been 3 days, lets see how it stands up over time.
Oh and she's a normal sized bunny and she fits perfectly in this as long as she doesn't stand up. It's a tight fit, but she gets in and out easy when she's not in the mind to topple it over.