I love your cages and you have gorgeous birds ...great job on the video!
Thanks, he is a very funny guy.I am just...awe-struck by your videos. :clap: Premium programs that I'd pay to watch.
:laughing: Your plet kicking the [email protected]#$ out of Nemo is a riot!
With the slinkies, you can spread them and drop them through the bars or you can attach them with zip ties if the space you want it to be in won't allow for the drop method. The zip ties keep it in place better. It moves around more with the drop option, but is also easier to reposition or clean it in comparison to the szip tie option.Superb! I really do love your set up. The cages look fantastic.
Two questions for you: how do you attach the slinkies at the top? Fred STILL won't play with anything but I live in hope. And what's the advantage to putting the paper on top of the grate, does it just make it easier to clean?
I've found some glass ramekins to swop out for the plastic vision feeders. They are really heavy, thick ones so they won't break unless I fling them at the wall ... they had cheesecakes in them; I had to sacrifice my waistline to get them lol
Actually no, he's a wise ole perch potato type lol. My linnie has the most playful energy, then second my budgie. Oliver just doesn't like people touching his stuffYour cages are so bright and colorful! Your birds look very happy in them Oliver cracks me up, I've never seen a parrotlet in action. They seem very high energy!