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Wiggle Waggles by Cheep Thrills Bird Toys
Wiggle Waggles

Wiggle Waggles by Cheep Thrills Bird Toys

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Your Price: $13.50
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#:ABT-415
Four arms packed with Munchie Cups, all stacked and knotted on natural hemp rope.

Approximate Size: 10" Long


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4 Stars
I think I love this toy more than my parrot
My African gray just won't go near it - mildly afraid of it, so he won't chew on it, but I know by the texture of the cups that he would love this if he'd just give it a chance. Grays are notoriously suspicious of all new things so I'm thinking about removing all the colored paper and see if that makes him more interested. This toy is very large and a great price. Great toy for birds that love to destroy things.
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Reviewed by:  from Topeka, KS. on 6/23/2014
4
5 Stars
busy birdie
Happy the lovie loves this toy. Tucked some pecans and millet in them and shes been foraging for 45mins! She rarely sticks with a toy that long. I love this one and will be ordering more.
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Reviewed by:  from texas. on 9/5/2015
5
5 Stars
Shredding Pleasure
My CAG loves this toy!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Waterbury, CT. on 7/1/2015
5
5 Stars
MS
My cockatoo will eat paper towel rolls and some card board stuff, but absolutely does not like this toy. A few nibbles to taste. That was it.
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Reviewed by:  from Bailey. on 2/14/2018
5
5 Stars
Cool Cup Waterfall
My Grey loves this. These cups are of the material like theose tan thin disposable planters you see. I thought they were plastic so I was pleasantly surprised when it came and I saw it was great sturdy but shreddable material, something similar to cardboard but a little bit too like paper mâché. Either way, birds can move the cups up and down, chew on them, or if your bird is forage trained you can put treats or his food in certain cups and make it a game!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from West Bend WI. on 4/2/2015
5

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