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Old 04-23-2016, 10:40 AM
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Question what if the cuttlebone is made of plaster of paris?

so i bought a pack of cuttle bone n my budgies have been enjoying it since i attached it to their cage. It was the first time they ate smethng different frm seeds now my question is that what if the cuttlebone that my budgies are having is artificial and made of plaster of paris will it kill them or create any problems? or is it ok for budgies to have it?

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Since the item you bought clearly states in the package that it's cuttlebone and this is a product marketed for and sold specifically for pet birds, then you don't have to worry about it being something else.
For all I know there aren't any fake cuttlebones out there for sale.
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I'm confused as to why you would even think the cuttlebone was made from plaster of paris.

Cuttlebones have been sold for use with budgies for more than 50 years. You have nothing to be concerned about -- I'm sure the one you bought is "real".

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