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    Default Wild Harvest?

    At Walmart they sell loads of small animal treats (Gerbil, Mouse, Hamster) and I was curious if these are squirrel safe?
    Especially the edible logs?

    Also the Wild Harvest pet bedding. It says all natural and no pesticides, it also says it was made from a kapok tree seed pod? It is that safe?

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    Default Re: Wild Harvest?

    the apple logs are good as far as the other treats, squirrels diet and nutritional needs are much different, Kaytee rat blocks in the blue bag are ok
    How old is your squirrel and what is he eating now, the bedding I dont know about

    Simon's video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mzpwo0r35l0

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    Default Re: Wild Harvest?

    I have two. They are both big boys and they do eat the Kaytee blocks you mentioned. They both get FV still though, mommy likes to spoil them

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    Colombus will be three months old soon (December 8th ). And Napoleon is like 5 months old now.

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    My guys had the edible logs. They nibbled a bit on them but then just peed on them so I took them out. I don't buy the treats because I don't want my guys having too much sugar and other junk.

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    Lightbulb Re: Wild Harvest?

    Okay thanks, good to know.

    What about the Kapok tree bedding?

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    I don't know about that I used aspen for their dig boxes and fleece for their bedding. It is easier to clean up. well...the bedding is the dig boxes get all over the place but they're squirrels, I expect nothing less. Sorry I can't help you on that one.

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    Default Re: Wild Harvest?

    Okay thanks anyway, perhaps I'll just do that too, my babies wont be guinea pigs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex
    Okay thanks anyway, perhaps I'll just do that too, my babies wont be guinea pigs!
    have your tsb privileges been reinstated or are you just being sneaky?! lol def go with the fleece... do you have hmmocks/cubes and things for the boys?!

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    Sneaky Sneaky
    Fleece? Okay. And Yeh but I definately need spares, mine are in need for a washing

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