I will as soon as I can get a good picture of them. I made them so the rats have the option of going inside or lying on top of them - more often than not they go inside them, so you wouldn't see much :lol: I will try, though.reachthestars said:You should post some pictures of your hammocks . I love to hear that other people are making them for their furkids. A MUCH cheaper option then always running out to the petstore.
Our rats chew them, too. I try to change them often so they don't have chance to do any major damage. I also make them out of denim and fleece. The denim is completely contained by the fleece, but it does help when they pull the holes in the fleece.hjkaga said:my rats chew the hammocks down. i can't keep them in my cages at all.
I actually knit as a hobby/home business, but I didn't think I could knit them as I was worried they'd get their toes caught between the stitches. Have you had that problem at all?Star said:My girls don't seem to chew knited/crocheted hammies at all. I wish I could find more of them, as I only have two and they get washed often :?
I hadn't reached this comment before I asked the same question, sorry! :lol:reachthestars said:Now do you find they get their toes or paws stuck in it? That's one thing that has always made me nervous of knitted or crocheted things for the cage. Very pretty, btw .