Got this as I was recommended it and I definitely love it but my budgies are quite hesitant by it, like with all their toys but I expect them to go crazy on it in a couple days
Our Cockatoo is loving his new toy. Keeps him busy for hours exploring all the brightly colored nooks and crannies.
Hey. I’m a 32 yo African Gray who likes a good toy now and then. I love it when I can beaver through a toy in under 10 minutes. I literally think my human cried when I had this one shredded before the UPS guy even got the chance to leave the neighborhood. Eh, she’s so sensitive. Me, I think I have more pleasure shredding the cardboard box. For sure, medium was too small for me.
Got this for my pineapple conure because I figured he would enjoy something to tear. I've already bought this twice for him because he enjoys playing with it so much. It's a great size too and isn't too big or small for my bird.
I have a cockatiel and she loved it for about a week till she got a piece of the fiber stuck in her throat choking. She swallowed it so hopefully she can pass it.
I got this for African Gray Parrot and he loves it! I put treats so he can explore!
I bought this for my chickens to provide some enrichment in their run. They loved it! I put some seeds and mealworms in the small openings in the toy, hung it in the run, and they pecked them out. It is meant to be ripped up, so it only lasted a few days before it was down to its frame. Then I put leafy green in it and let them pull them out. It was fun to watch them use this toy and lasted a long while for the price!
Oscar loves to tear apart this toy. It keeps him busy for one or two days. It’s unfortunate that the price has increased.
I didn’t order this toy from here, but I do have the exact same one (Actually got about 3 of them) and my tiels absolutely love them. They’re usually afraid of their own shadow but after a few minutes they approached the toy on their own and started chewing on it. The little spikes on the “pineapple” are sharp & pointy so just watch them while they play.
Our "Peach-faced Lovebird" Barnabas, played with it but did not get into tearing it apart. After a while, giving him some time, he left it a lone. It's a nice toy for some birds.