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Do anyone else use these? (toy/treat feeder)

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I bought one off ebay the other day, its great, to poke through nuts or fruit.

 

Suppose its cheaper to use a toilet roll with holes, but i just likes the material on this and how it looked.

 

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Similar I have the spherical one with bell inside (so they cannot get to the bell) and I have one with the weighted bottom (so it wobbles but returns to upright - like a Weeble, if anyone remembers them)

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Similar I have the spherical one with bell inside (so they cannot get to the bell) and I have one with the weighted bottom (so it wobbles but returns to upright - like a Weeble, if anyone remembers them)

 

lmao awwww can just imagine the birds spendingall theirlife trying to get to that bell lol aww

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i've got something similar for mogwai. i call it his cage toy, coz it looks more like a cage than anything else. we've had since he was a baby & it's still not wrecked.

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our 3 all have these, i got them from PAH £3.99 and they are the same as the ones on ebay, they spend hours playing with them, swinging from them, attacking them and the best of all can't be chewed, (not sure if a Macaw may chew one though)

 

Annie

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ive got one of those which I put treats in and a round green one with a bell inside. Goose loves them, she spends hours playing with hers, but Annie, they can chew them!! Goose is a timneh and she regularly shreds hers but it does take some time

 

Wendy

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jasper our b&g bit straight through his the round one with the bell - but ruby(scarlet) still has her oval one - shes learnt to squeeze it so that the nut pops out

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