Ladder with Acrylic Frame for Birds
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Ladder With Acrylic Frame For Birds

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Tons of climbing fun for your bird A regular jungle gym This cement and acrylic ladder naturally trims the nails and beak. It is madeof lightweight cement with crushed seashells--for added calcium. Hooks on to 78" diameter perch or the cage wire. Hinged for a wide variety of positions.Size:Opens up to 21" length x 5" wide.
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Rating: 3

Fun to climb

posted 6 years ago

My parakeet liked her plastic ladder but it would break easily.

Pros: fun for pet

Cons: breaks easy

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