Replacement Pan For Ferret Nation Bottom Pan

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Replacement Pan For Ferret Nation Bottom Pan

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Replacement Pan for Ferret Nation- Bottom Level 
 
This is the replacement pan for the Ferret Nations cages. It is a solid base that fits nicely in the bottom of the cage.  Fits ferret nation cages models 181, 182.

Product Features: 
  • Solid construction
  • Snug fitting
  • Solid Design 
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
34-5/8" x 22-7/8"

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by low sides I love this cage, but with the low side I used 1/8 in plexi glass. I drilled small holes to wire the plexi to the sides. I did the wood first but with the plexi you can do the doors too, and I can still see in. The plexi is less the half way up the side. December 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bottom level pan for Ferret Nation 142 I have not replaced my lower pan as of yet. But to keep them from chewing the corners, get kiln-dried 1x4 pine and make an enclosure around the edges. Use screws or Elmer's Wood Glue to hold together. Take out the top ledges and replace with kiln-dried pine..secure with wing nuts on the outside. One of my chinchillas chewed a hole in the plastic and got his left rear leg caught. $1500.00 later for the amputation to save his life. The plastic pans are great, as long as you make the surround to cover the edges. It holds in the mess, too. Hopes this helps. May 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Have this but need help! I recently got this pan and it's great. It fit perfect. However, my monsters are fixated on it in one corner and have chewed a whole straight thru it. So, I got another and cleaned it like crazy to make sure it had no scents but alas, 1 week and now it has yet another hole. Anyone know of a non plastic version somewhere? Any help is appreciated! Thanks! Steven May 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Litter pan woes I now have two two-level FN cages for my rescue. The key to the low sided litter pans is to get one or two High-Back pans, or get some Sterilite or IKEA storage boxes and cut them down in front and partly down the sides with a razor knife. Put some duct tape over the long cut in front to protect the boys' wee-wees. If the kids move them around get some 4" clamps and fasten the box in place. March 24, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by had to make it my own the sides do need to be higher so i took my litter pans and cut the front step off and glues them to the pans. It works great as a high corner so they dont go over the side with their mess. i have seven and its hard to get them all to be litter trained. they are however corner trained. February 8, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by ... They really do need to have higher sides.. January 19, 2009
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