Wicker Toy Ball Ring
Great toy for a cockatiel
I got this for our cockatiel who isn't interested in many toys, but had a previous toy with the colored wicker balls that he really liked. This is a big hit with him, too -- first he chewed off all of the braids, and now he's working on the balls. For some reason he likes to drop the colored pieces of the wicker balls into his water bowl -- maybe he likes the colors that they turn his water! This is complicated enough that it's kept him occupied for a few weeks now, which is a great return on a low price. Plus the colors add visual interest to his cage! Altogether a great toy.
July 14, 2014
My cockatiel LOVES this toy
For a bird who loves to shred, this is a great buy. My cockatiel absolutely adores this toy. It took her a few weeks to really rip it apart, which isn't bad considering it kept her busy for hours every day. She even loves to play with the ripped up bits when they fall to the floor, so I consider this a decent value for the play time she gets out of it.
August 13, 2012
My caique took a few days to adjust to having this in his cage (it is brightly colored.) he loves it now. Hangs upside down and swings from it while chewing on it. He doesnt perch in the middle of it though probably bc it is too small for him to do. The bell is a little more heavy duty than some bc normally he has the ringer ripped out after a day and this one is still intact. All in all he has had it about 3 weeks and has only torn up 2 balls, so it's standing up to him and he loves it. The only con is that if you touch the balls with a wet hand, prepare to wear those colors around for a few hours... Or at least after I realized it was on me it was already dried and soaked into my skin.
April 25, 2012
I have a Sun Conure, and although this toy is very attractive and good for a bird who enjoys shredding, the small wicker ball ring was too large for how I have my bird's cage set up. Therefore I gave it to a friend who has a Blue Quaker.
September 4, 2013