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48" 2 Tiers Waterproof Coop Rabbit Hutch Wood House Pet Cage for

$139

48" 2 Tiers Waterproof Coop Rabbit Hutch Wood House Pet Cage for

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Product description

Introductions:
This hutch is similar to a bunk bed as there are two cages stacked on each other. The house includes raised legs to keep it off the ground and makes it much more difficult for any other pests to be able to enter. The house has removable floors. It is easy for you to clean and you do not need to waste much time. The roof is asphalt shingled that is much durable and add extra security. There are 2 doors of each cage, totally 4 doors. The doors all have lock to guarantee the security. Most of all, the space is big enough for your lovely pet to rest and play. With its many excellent features, this house is really a good place to let your bunnies and other small animals be in.

Features:
1. Designed with stripes to prevent wood from beingbitten
2. Two separate rooms with two trays is designed for multiple use
3. Made of fir wood which is durable, waterproof roof for extra resistant and protection
4. Pull-out drawer is easy for you to clean
5. Great for rabbit, ferret and other animals


Specifications:
1. Dimensions: (48.03 x 19.69 x 40.94) / (122 x 50 x 104)cm (L x W x H)
2. Weight: 48.5lb / 22kg
3. Material: Fir Wood Plastic Asphalt Welded Mesh
4. Size: 48
5. Waterproof: Yes
6. Color: Natural Wood Color
7. Suitable for: Chicken,Hen,Rabbit,Guinea Pig or Ferret
8. Type: 2 Tier
9. Upper Gate Dimensions: (22.48 x 12.87) / (57.1 x 32.7)cm (L x W)
10. Small Door Dimensions: (11.93 x 14.53) / (30.3 x 36.9)cm (L x W)
11. Side Plastic Spray Network Dimensions: (14.37 x 17.52) / (36.5 x 44.5)cm (L x W)
12. Ladder Stand Dimensions: (31.50 x 4.92) / (80 x 12.5)cm (L x W)
13. Each Layer Load-bearing: 12-15kg
Package Includes:
1 x Living House
1 x Instruction

48" 2 Tiers Waterproof Coop Rabbit Hutch Wood House Pet Cage for

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