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Peters Rabbit Grass Hide-A-Way Hut

Peters Rabbit Grass Hide-A-Way Hut
Peters Rabbit Grass Hide-A-Way Hut

Product Summary:

Peters Woven Grass Hide-a-Way Hut

Give your small animal a taste of the outdoors with Peters Hide-a-Way Hut. This is made of natural, woven grasses that your pet will love to chew and nest with. Its fun shape gives your pet a safe place to cozy up.

Product Features: Ideal for ferrets, rabbits, and other small animals
Made of natural woven grass, which makes it safe for your pet to chew
Can be used as an extra sleeping area
Your pet can also pull it apart and make its own nest
Item Specifications:

Size: 7½"L x 9"W x 7"H


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  • Model: sh1cq9fp
$11.09
Ex Tax: $11.09

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