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Trixie Natural Living Perch with Rope £1.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) at Amazon
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Trixie Natural Living Perch with Rope £1.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) at Amazon

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Natural living perch with rope provide opportunities for your cage birds to behave in a more normal manner. Great for exercising claws and lots of birds will have lots of fun stripping the bark as well. Easily attaches to any bird cage. It satisfy your bird's natural instincts with this natural branch that more closely mimics conditions in the wild. It is much better for your bird's claws than plastic perches and safe for use with all cage birds. Measures 25 cm length by 25 mm diameter.



Great for birds and other pets (judging by reviews). Ordered for my rats!

There's also a y-shaped one for £1.50. Thanks to Grillhun for pointing this out - amazon.co.uk/Tri…803
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ozodimal03/05/2020 11:22

Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some …Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some unwoven rope or cord? Could be a nice mini lockdown project in its own right. Or would it be taking bread out of the mouths of Trixie employees and their children? We live in such a confusing age these days....


Sorry no bad advice. Some of our garden trees are toxic to budgies as they are not a native species. Also some strings can have toxic (for birds) dyes in them. You need to buy approved toys unless you know about this subject area (I have aviaries).
Or open the cage and let the poor things go
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Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some unwoven rope or cord? Could be a nice mini lockdown project in its own right. Or would it be taking bread out of the mouths of Trixie employees and their children? We live in such a confusing age these days....
Snapped it up! Thanks
ozodimal03/05/2020 11:22

Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some …Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some unwoven rope or cord? Could be a nice mini lockdown project in its own right. Or would it be taking bread out of the mouths of Trixie employees and their children? We live in such a confusing age these days....


You could, but some branches might not be suitable for consumption. Most fruit tree branches are good to go, but not everyone has ready access to just lop a branch off.
Seen loads of these in the park on the ground the other day.

Not sure about the price though..
I've been outside and found one of these in the garden.
Has anyone noticed a good deal on some sort of trap that I could use to catch a robin or a blue tit to sit on it?
ozodimal03/05/2020 11:22

Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some …Er, couldn't you make your own from a bit of pruned branch and some unwoven rope or cord? Could be a nice mini lockdown project in its own right. Or would it be taking bread out of the mouths of Trixie employees and their children? We live in such a confusing age these days....


Sorry no bad advice. Some of our garden trees are toxic to budgies as they are not a native species. Also some strings can have toxic (for birds) dyes in them. You need to buy approved toys unless you know about this subject area (I have aviaries).
Or open the cage and let the poor things go
Cheers for this bought the y shaped one for £1.50 while I was getting this as well
grillnun03/05/2020 13:04

Cheers for this bought the y shaped one for £1.50 while I was getting this …Cheers for this bought the y shaped one for £1.50 while I was getting this as well


Added this to post thanks!
drnkbeer03/05/2020 11:24

You could, but some branches might not be suitable for consumption. Most …You could, but some branches might not be suitable for consumption. Most fruit tree branches are good to go, but not everyone has ready access to just lop a branch off.


We was told by our vet that trees with big leaves are ok but never use any branch from the ground it has to be fresh cut
I don't believe birds should be caged. Like doing life in prison!
sussexroyal03/05/2020 11:51

I've been outside and found one of these in the garden.Has anyone noticed …I've been outside and found one of these in the garden.Has anyone noticed a good deal on some sort of trap that I could use to catch a robin or a blue tit to sit on it?


You need to read The Twits, by Roald Dahl.
The word “Cage Birds” in the description makes me sad
wixxx03/05/2020 12:40

Or open the cage and let the poor things go


Said by someone who knows nothing about captive bred animals
Actually my dad had an aviairy..So I do know all the excuses and reasons for keeping them stuck in a cage Tongue in cheek point I was making..though still a shame as I saw them fly a few yards from one perch to the other one,and when visiting pet shops seeing 10 budgies cramped in a cage.Still if that sort of thing gives you pleasure then good for you.
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