Booda Comfy Perch for Birds
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- Bird Breeder recommended to privde different perching surfaces and levels
- Helps relieve cage stress, boredom, and related feather picking
- Allows you to create different types of perches
- Depending on length you can create loops, curves, and other interesting shapes
- Hand washable
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Your bird will love the shapes, bright colors and feel of the Booda Comfy Perch. it is bird breeder recommended to provide the different perching surfaces and levels birds need in their environment along with color enrichment. It helps relieve cage stress, boredom and related feather picking. Comfy Perch allows you to have fun creating different types of perches for your birds. Depending on the length of the cable, you can create loops, curves and other interesting shapes.
DirectionsBooda Comfy Perch Large 36" will enrich your bird’s home with the bright colors and benefits of soothing your bird’s tender talons, you have the freedom to twist and bend the Comfy Perch into your own creative shapes. Unique forms hold shape without the danger of wires or stiffeners. Available in a variety of lengths and widths perfect for any sized bird.
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10/10, recommend to anyone, and I plan on buying more again soon.
They do have a tendency to chew on the strings of the larger ones and pull them out and unravel the string. Also, my cockatoo can unscrew them, no matter how tightly I screw them in, and then he breaks the plastic prongs on the inside. Right now, we have put duct tape over the ends so he can't get to them, because duct tape is hard to chew off because of the cloth/string inside it. It's working for now.
My conure (as shown in the picture, absolutely loves rope perches. But as you can see, he also loves to chew on them. So I only let the birds use the rope perches on the outside of their cages, so I'm always supervising when they use them, for fear they might get their feet or beak stuck in the loose ropes they chew on. Note this isn't really a flaw in the manufacturering of the product--it's just a bird thing! The rope perches are well made.
Now, the plastic screw holders, that's a bit different. Macaws and cockatoos in particular, who have the more powerful beaks, could easily snap these tops quite easily. I don't know if metal ones would be an improvement, but they'd have to be the right kind of screw tops if they were metal anyway. My cockatoo did break one...
That said, these perches are absolutely my conure's favorite--he loves them, and I have them all over the outside of his cage to play with. And if you get the longer ones, you can twist the and curve them and put them in all sorts of configurations for birds to play and climb on.
I'll keep buying in all different sizes and shapes and making lots of fun toys and perches for my four birds!
Beware materials like this when your bird is unsupervised!
This rope perch is amazing. It's long so you can twist it around to make curves and dips in the perch. Adding it to the cage is fast with the end caps -- holds well too! I was able to adapt it to fit with several other naturaL perches in his cage.
I was surprised how well this rope holds the weight of my cockatoo. It just doesn't dip from his weight as I expected.
Prior to getting this perch, I would find my cockatoo clinging to the side of the cage in the morning -- it appeared he had not been sleeping on his perchs. Since I have installed these perches I find him in,them every morning sitting contently on these rope perches.
I have now had these perches in his cage for four months and they are holding up very well - easy to clean up and he doesn't seem to have any interest in chewing them up.
Highly recommend as an addition to natural perches.