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- Helps keep cuttlebone debris and fragments from falling outside the cage
- Holds all cuttlebones
- Designed for a bird's well-being
- Suitable for parakeets, canaries, cockatiels and finches
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The Insight Cuttle Bone holder is the first of it's kind. No more difficult wires, this plastic bolt on holder can be used easily on vertical or horizontal barred cages. This holder even has a moveable perch that moves up or down for easy access to the cuttlebone as it is eaten. Easy to use and dishwasher safe.
Size: one size
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Original Review: Bought this for its intended purpose but when I received it, I immediately saw that it would hold the greens that my birds love. I fold a large chard, kale, beet, or romaine leaf in half, doused in water and rinsed clean, stuff it into the holder, and the birds are delighted. The greens don't fall on the floor and get dirty. I did not give it five stars because the perch part was broken when I got it, but luckily was able to glue it in place nice and tight with some E-6000. One person complained that the perch is slippery for his birds. It could be wrapped with cotton kitchen string or garden twine so their little feet can grab on. It also can be removed. I have my holder near one of their perches, so they just sit there and lean over to eat their salad. I think the best thing about it is that it keeps the food on the wall of the cage, avoiding it falling to the bottom and getting soiled. Amazon's shipping was a bunch of stuff loose in a box, that's why the holder got its perch broken on one side, but as I said, I was able to fix it easily with glue, and it's probably stronger for that, anyway. Finally, one person had unfortunate accident in his bird's cage with this holder. The perch can be entirely removed if you're worried.
Currently using in new cage... Much better than that flimsy metal piece they initially give with the cuttlebone purchase... It is made from a very durable, hard plastic that my cockatiel cant leave a mark on at all... I would suggest as well that u take off the plastic stand, and just place it at the end of a normal perch... dont risk a dead friend by leaving it on, or at least get some info on the product and read reviews... gonna see how long she lasts...
The product image shows a cuttlebone in the holder, but it arrives with a cardboard "cuttlebone" which isn't a big deal, for Zody, because he loves to eat cardboard (We put in a real cuttlebone though.) Did you know that cuttlebones are really bones found in all cuttlefish? It's a chambered, gas-filled shell used for buoyancy control. Kinda weird that we kill one creature in order to provide calcium to another.
I wonder how wild birds get enough calcium? I doubt that any of them dive to the sea bottom to eat cuttlefish....