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Fleece liners for C&C Cages


Each Deano C&C Cage Fleece Liner is made to order, in the fabrics you choose.

Select your liner size in NUMBER OF GRIDS LONG,  then NUMBER OF GRIDS WIDE

Choose two fleece fabric options, one for top and bottom.

All Deano fleece liners are washable, reusable and reversible too.

** NOTE: Deano can also customize your fleece liners with ramp gaps at no extra charge.

DISCOUNTS: The BUY 2 and Save 10% applies when you buy two fleece liners (same size or different) in a transaction.


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FOR C&C, Ozzy and Kavee CAGES

 There’s lots of info on this page about how to make your C&C, and about the liners Deano makes for them. It’s a long page.

Scroll down for information such as:

1. What are C&C cages?

2. Fleece cage liners – what are they, how do they work?

3. Number of occupants and cage size recommendations

4. How to find your correct fleece liner size in our online store/SHOP

5. Cleaning are care of your fleece cage liners – also see (About Fleece) 

6. Tips for adding another level or loft to your cage

7. Ramp gaps and accessways – how to choose the right liner, and get the right fit.

What are C&C cages?

C&C cages are basically a set of wire plastic coated grids around 35cm square, that you clip together to make a cage for your guinea pigs – to give them more space to run about.

They connect together with the plastic connectors provided in the package, or you can attach them together with cable ties if preferred.



In the base of the cage, you buy a sheet of corflute (like plastic cardboard) and trim it to size, or fold the edges up to create a base where nothing falls out onto your floor like hay and poops.

This means the floor has a waterproof barrier between the guinea pigs and your floors.

The cages can be configured in many different ways, single or multiple levels, connected with bridges and low angle ramps – limited only be the space in your room, and the amount of grids you can afford.

PIC left – our 2×1 fringed canopy for C&C.




Are C&C, Ozzy & Kavee the same size – basically yes.

The sizing on both of these are very close, so the regular C&C liners I make will fit Kavee as well.

*** TO BE SURE – check the sizing/specs of the cages you have purchased, usually on the suppliers website/docket.  – You can always email me to check your sizing before you order.

All Deano fleece liners are made a couple of cm bigger for a relaxed fit in your cage.


Here at Deano, we’ve been making fleece cage liners since 2013.

WHAT ARE THEY? – Deano fleece cage liners have three layers, all stitched securely together. There’s nothing to pull out or recover – it’s just a simple ‘mat’ that you can wash, over and over.

The top and bottom layers are polar fleece – this fabric works as a wick to pull liquids into the middle absorbent layer and keep it there – like a disposable nappy. This means the outer surfaces are dry and comfortable for your pets.

WHATS INSIDE: The liners contain a non-toxic, highly absorbent cotton based core on the inside which absorbs and holds the liquids.


There is NO PLASTIC or waterproof layer in my liners. Liquids will not leak out through the bottom so there is no need for any plastic barrier.. A plastic layer means they also take longer to dry after washing.

Deano liners need nothing else on top or underneath  to make them work for you – no carefresh, no puppy pads, no shavings, no towels ….nothing!

Save yourself time, money and water by washing one single item – instead of many bedding layers .

Deano fleece cage liners are reversible – they’ll work no matter which side is facing upwards. Easy to wash, quick to dry – and back into the cage.



This information taken from the Guinea Pigs Australia website -and I have added the converted metric sizes on the right side.



Choose your liner by number of GRIDS LONG then by GRIDS WIDE – searching by size in cm will not work in this category.

The regular grids are 35cm x 35cm, and add 1cm for a connector gap.

So, my liners are sized in multiples of 36cm ie: 4×2 = 144x72cm plus an extra couple of cm all round for a relaxed fit in the cage.

CLEANING TIPS: see page About Fleece


 – LOFT LINERS – wide or narrow

  • If you’d like to add a second level to your C&C cage, I also make liners for the loft areas, you can have them made with the standard 15cm x 21cm ramp gap, or without.
  • Absorbent liners for the corflute ramps are also available: C&C RAMP LINER



RAMPS FOR C&C CAGES:  How they fit on

ABOUT RAMP GAPS – You might have constructed an upper level in your C&C cage – and if you are needing a fleece liner for it, ramp access is something to consider.

How the ramp attaches will affect how the liner works and fits your cage.

Check the pics below to see how your ramp will attach to the upper level. Then you can choose the option you need for the loft liner. You can also choose for the ramp gap on left or right.



‘L’ SHAPED  : Available on the 2×2 grid liner size, you can select either the regular 15x21cm ramp gap – or a full L shaped gap 34cm space.

TWIN RAMP GAPS – Yes, from October 2021 we can offer all loft liners with ramp gaps on the left and right – twice the fun for piggy zoomies!

Choose TWIN RAMP GAPS when you select your loft liner sizes.


To order liners to fit the Kmart grid instead, use this link:  Fleece liners Kmart grid cages (NEW)


STOCKISTS OF THESE CAGE TYPES – I do not sell the cages or components, I suggest Guinea pigs Australia website as a popular choice.The grids are also sold online as ‘wire cube storage’ etc, check the number of squares per grid, to ensure small piggies can’t wriggle through.


new fleeceSetting Up your Fleece Liner

So you have your new fleece bedding, now what?

To allow Fleece Liners to do the job we intend it to do and draw the liquids through it into the absorbent core in the middle - called wicking - the Fleece Liners MUST BE washed and dried AT LEAST twice before using in your pet's home. This is due to all new Fleece Fabric having a type of waterproof coating - this is why your fleece jumpers keep you dry.

Please DO NOT USE Fabric Softener, as it will put the waterproof barrier back on the fabric.

Washing your Fleece Liner

WASH: Machine or hand wash your Fleece Liner in cold or warm water with a natural liquid detergent, do not use Fabric Softener.

DRYING: I highly recommend drying your Fleece Liner outside in the sun by folding them them over your clothes line and depending on your weather they will dry quite quickly. The sun is a natural bleaching solution which will keep your Fleece Liners fresh and healthy.

As with any washing the more water you can squeeze out after washing, the sooner your Fleece Liners will be dry. Line drying is kind to the environment, and saves on energy costs to you.

TUMBLE DRYING: Fleece Liners may be tumble dried on a low/medium heat. It should be noted that Fleece is a synthetic fabric and repeated tumble drying on high temperatures may reduce the lifespan of your Fleece Liners.

Cleaning your pet's Soiled Fleece Liners

When using Fleece Liners all you are required to do for a full cage clean is roll up the soiled Fleece Liner, place in a basket, carry outside and shake the liner out. It is important to sweep, vacuum or shake off as much hair, hay and poops as possible before washing it.

Next take your Fleece Liner to wash in the washing machine or hand wash in your laundry tub and after you can place it on your clothes line to dry or put in the dryer. Remembering that the more water you get out by spin cycle in the washing machine or squeezing, the sooner your Fleece Liner will be dry.

When washing, use a natural liquid detergent to wash your Fleece Liner and add a cup of vinegar to the wash for an extra boost in cleaning and removing any possible odours. I highly recommend putting your washing machine through a extra rinse cycle after it's finished cleaning your Fleece Liner - as it will remove any loose pet hair from your machine - stopping hair from getting on any clothes in the next load of washing.


What are C&C Cages?

They are a simple grid system that clicks together in the configuration you want. Corflute (corrugated plastic) sheet makes up the flooring and short side walls shown above. As Guinea Pigs do not climb, the simple plastic grids are plenty high enough to keep the piggies in.

Where to Buy C&C Cages?

C&C type cages in Australia are a little hard to come by. A search on Ebay usually brings results. Or you can buy wire cube shelving kits from stores and create your own cage configuration. They come with grids, clips etc – you just need corflute and cable ties to complete them.



Additional information

Weight N/A
Liner Length

2.5 grids, 1 grid, 2 grids, 3 grids, 4 grids, 5 grids, 6 grids

Fleece Fabric #1

Bunnies peach, Cats pink, Denim, Eco, Grey, Mission, Mosaic, Unicorns, Airmail, Aquascape, Balloon animals, Blossoms, Blue dots, Bubblegum, Butterfly purple, Camo, Celestial, Crochet, Daisy, Dinosaurs, Donuts white, Fantasy, Ferns, Flowers, Flutter, Frogs, Geometric grey, Hedgehogs, Lions, Llama grey, Pandas, Pansies, Paua, Paws multi, Random boy, Random girl, Safari, Santa, Snowy trees, Tartan, Tiedye blue, Twilight, Undersea, Random, Navy, Red, Mid Blue, Bright Pink, Camel, Purple, Black, Chocolate, Forest, Yellow

Fleece Fabric #2

Bunnies peach, Cats pink, Denim, Eco, Grey, Lullaby, Mission, Mosaic, Unicorns, Airmail, Aqua, Aquascape, Balloon animals, Blossoms, Blue dots, Bubblegum, Butterfly purple, Camo, Celestial, Coral, Crochet, Daisy, Dinosaurs, Donuts white, Fantasy, Ferns, Flowers, Flutter, Frogs, Geometric grey, Hedgehogs, Lions, Llama grey, Pandas, Pansies, Paua, Paws multi, Random boy, Random girl, Safari, Santa, Snowy trees, Tartan, Tiedye blue, Twilight, Undersea, Random, Navy, Red, Mid Blue, Bright Pink, Camel, Purple, Black, Chocolate, Forest, Yellow

Is this a Loft Liner?

No, Yes, CUT a ramp gap (15x21cm)on LEFT, Yes, CUT a ramp gap (15x21cm) on RIGHT, Yes, but NO ramp gap needed, Yes, I need a CUSTOM sized gap, Yes, I need an 'L' SHAPE 2×2 loft liner(34cm gap), Yes, TWIN (2) RAMP GAPS