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Birdsafe Cottontail Jr.

Birdsafe Cottontail Jr.

Your Price:$7.95
Retail Price:$8.85
You Save:$0.90(10%)
In Stock. 5
Part Number:BST-CTAIL2

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Nickel Pear Link
Stainless Quick Link [+$0.65]
Soft, fluffy Superior cotton rope on 1" plastic chain, about 8" long -- standard with nickel-plated pear link or select optional stainless steel quicklink. Plastic chain color varies -- if you wish a certain color, email us!
5 Stars
My conure loves his Cottontail Jr.!!
I ordered this moppy cottontail toy because I thought my 16 YO green cheek conure would enjoy it. As expected, once he got used to it, he now sits in and under it - hiding in it and cuddling in it. Its so soft! You need to check for fraying but it achieved its purpose. He generally loves his snuggly hut which he sleeps in so he took to the moppy soft toy as well. Perfect for birds that like to snuggle! My parrotlet used to snuggle inside a similar toy. He also throws it around when he is excited. For safety's sake, check frequently for chewing or fraying.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 6/15/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Budgies Love It
We call these things fuzzy-wuzzies in my household, and the budgies particularly like this soft rope style. Glad to find them here. I probably need a lifetime supply!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Greenbelt, MD. on 3/18/2017
5/5
5 Stars
Birdsafe Cottontail, Jr.
Our female Conure LOVES to chew her rope perches, so thought I'd try this to see if she'd give her perches a break. It worked! I'll definitely be getting more of these.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Hagerstown, MD. on 11/22/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Green Cheek Conure Loves Birdsafe Coconut Cup
My GCC is having a blast with this well made coconut cup. It is perfect for hiding toys and treats in! He loves climbing on it and swinging around.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 6/15/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Bird Owner
Our 21 year old Senegal started picking her feathers 3 years ago. She gets a ton of attention so the feather picking is most likely hormonal. We have been trying many different things to avert her attention away from picking. We just tried this mop-like hanging toy and she spends most her time tearing it up and less time picking.
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Reviewed by:  from Atlanta. on 7/5/2018
5/5

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