Nibble and Nest

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£2.99

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Description

This Nibble and Nest from Norfolk Industries for Disabled People is designed to promote natural small animal scavenging behaviours and provide animal enrichment.

The pack of 4 small nests are provided complete with treats to engage your small pet with the product and encourage their interest in the bedding material.

The product is completely plastic free and nests can be placed into the cage without opening to encourage nibbling through the paper bag to get the treats!  If your small pet seems confused by this, you are can also just rip a hole in the bag and place it back in the cage.  The cotton bedding material included in the nest is completely safe, short fibre material.

Key Features:

  • 4 small nests packed within a paper bag for hours of fun for your small animal
  • Nests consist of cotton bedding and colourful treats
  • Provides nesting place or boredom breaker
  • Suitable for mice, gerbils, rats and hamsters
  • Ecofriendly
  • Recycled materials
  • Biodegradable
  • Plastic-free
  • Socially responsible
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Reviews

Nibble with ethics Zedna on 8 February 2021

Loved this unusual product. Gerbils took a couple of days to destroy which is good for them. I especially liked that this product was made by Norfolk Industries and by purchasing the money goes back into an ethical business. Will definitely buy again, do your critters a favour and treat them today.

Rats not interested until ripped open Nic on 23 February 2021

Thought these would be fun but sadly my rats weren't interested until I ripped the bag open for them. They've not used the bedding to nest with but I think they've nibbled away at the little treats. They also like to hide in the bags. Perhaps better quality snacks would be more appealing for them? Good idea though