Our next item we are reviewing this month is called Hartz No Odor Cage Wipes for Small Animals.
Mom got it to try on Eddies tower.
Eddie is excellent about using his special ferret litter box, and never has accidents out of the cage. Everyday dad cleans his cage, by wiping it down with the Hartz wipes. The wipes leave a soapy residue on the cage, but with paper towels it wipes off easily. The wipes contain Nodor which traps odors on contact. It also comes in a handy pop up container so dad can just grab the wipe and go. At a cost of $4.22 and only using a few wipes each day, it would be a good purchase. There also is no lasting strong smell to the wipe.
Mom always worries that people who visit our house can smell Eddies tower, but company will comment that there is no smell. Ferrets are just like kids, you gotta keep them clean and you have to keep their home clean, or it will smell. Every week Ed's blankets and little rug gets washed in the washer, and his whole cage gets wiped down. He also gets new kitty litter, and new shavings which are in the bottom of the tray of his cage.
Ferrets can be a lot of work, and that is why people end up letting them lose, or putting them outside in their barns to live. These are crappy choices for ferrets.
Eddie is part of our family, and if you have ever had the pleasure of meeting him, he leaves a lasting impression with you. He is funny, and smart, and of course teases us pugs everyday.
We give Hartz a four star review. We were not paid any treats or money for this review.