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Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. #1414456
01/27/18 01:37 PM
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I have a rather grumpy boy that I would like to start taking to work with me. Iím looking for a good pouch to leave in the cage that I can grab and go with in the morning. Suggestions?! I need it ASAP 😊


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Re: Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. [Re: rdobbie23] #1414457
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We usually don't recommend putting a pouch with a zipper in the cage,

Maybe you could go with a flannel pouch in the cage that you could transfer into a light weight bonding pouch.


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Re: Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. [Re: rdobbie23] #1414469
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Why no zippers, just curious, because out the nails?


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Re: Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. [Re: billytense aka Lisa11] #1414471
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I'm not sure if there any other reasons, but after my introduction into the world of suggies, I remember reading the danger of using zippered (bonding) pouches in that there was a risk of accidentally forgetting to unzip when replacing in cage. There may be other factors that I'm not aware of,

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Re: Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. [Re: rdobbie23] #1414473
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You can turn them into a bonding pouch by taking the sleeping pouch and start to turn it inside out.. That's what I usually do. Sometimes a yogi waiting at the bottom of the bonding pouch helps.

Be sure to use blankies in sleeping pouch, and drop at least one with him into the bonding pouch. It gives him something to hold and extra security too.


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Re: Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. [Re: rdobbie23] #1414476
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No zippers in the cage is because they can get their nails stuck in the zipper teeth.


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Re: Seeking a really good cage/bonding pouch. [Re: rdobbie23] #1414478
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Another reason for no zippers is they like tearing at the little teeth and pull; speaking from experience.


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