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New toy and Maxx enjoying the outside

Went to grab so pellets and couldn't pass up this toy. Wood and heavy twine, and I had to add a bell




Weather was great today so Maxx got to use his outside cage. Weather permitting he is out there most days.






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That looks great, his outdoor cage is so cute

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He is one lucky birdie!
He's so pretty!

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Looks like a fun toy, and the bell is always a must. His outside cage looks great. I wish it was nicer so mine could go out too.

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Bob, you will have to tell me how he likes the toy. I think i have all the parts to make one. You are so lucky to have an indoor and outdoor cage. I have an outdoor cat. I don't think it would work. Wouldn't dare try it. It was beautiful here today too.

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I see you have a happy hut too. That is a must for my baby too. He has a much smaller travel cage and that is the first thing i put in there. He loves that thing.

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Lucky Maxx! Yes, bells are a must-have!

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Dexter and Pickles have one but I was laughing because I bought a small for Dexter but when I got Pickles I bought a large. They had both in the same cage and they used the small one. They cram into it haha

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Bob, you will have to tell me how he likes the toy. I think i have all the parts to make one. You are so lucky to have an indoor and outdoor cage. I have an outdoor cat. I don't think it would work. Wouldn't dare try it. It was beautiful here today too.

He loves the toy. It seems the Twine is pretty easy for him to destroy, he has the bottom 2 sets already bitten down to nothing. I will have to figure out a way to redo it once he has it all chewed up.

He loves going outside, the sights and sounds. When the weather gets closer to summer he will be outside from 9 or so in the morning, until late afternoon.



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What a lucky boy!

We have lots of birds and wildlife around here, including HAWKS, so mine can't be outside unsupervised, even in their cages! Bummer!

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Hehe, Chalkie the cute hawkie has never ever tried to harm any of my birds. Just the usual head tilt if I have them on me but he'd never go for them. However he probably would if given the chance

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