Thanks, that's good to know. We use recycled paper pulp just in case, and
now I'm doubly glad for it!
You are, as always, a source of wisdom!
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> > Also, this may be just rumour, so I'm hoping someone who knows much more
> > rodent lore (perhaps Ra*** ? :) ) can comment on this, but I heard
> > sometimes wood shavings can harbor mites and that freezing them first
> > the critters.
> I believe bedding can carry bugs, and I am fairly certain that my first
> encounter with lice was a result of infested bedding. I have seen the
> freezing method mentioned on many sites, and in newsgroups as a tried and
> tested way of killing parasites, but I think, from what I remember, you
> to freeze the bedding for about 3 weeks to be sure. I have never used
> method though, so I have no personal experience with it, but I would
> probably try it if I thought my bedding was infested.
> Ra***. XX