Handmade clay designs, made locally, in South East Queensland. These are made with polymer clay and have 2 small, yet very strong magnets attached to the back. These cute, custom magnets are available for cats, dogs, birds and lots of other animals!
You can purchase your own custom request here and send a photo of your pet(s) for the magnets to made in their likeness. Face-on photos are needed for all species except for birds. It’s best to have a side-on photo for birds.
These are much larger in size than the earring and pendant jewellery items, that are also available in custom or pre-made designs. The second photo shows a Rainbow Lorikeet magnet compared to a pendant.
These personalised items are made to order and have a wait time of 2-4 weeks. You can check out the range already available in the online store for bird breeds that are already in stock too!
The Jungle Vine Sisal Perch, by Polly’s Pet Products is made with sisal rope, that is much safer for your parrot than cotton rope items. This quality product can be attached horizontally, vertically or diagonally to suit your birds’ cage and play style. While this item does not have wire inside to be able to create crazy shapes, you can manipulate it and attach it to your birds’ cage bars in a position that suits.
The 2.5cm rope diameter is suitable for most parrot species, though it’s best suited to medium parrots. It attaches to the cage at each end with a bolt and wing nut set, with large (5cm) diameter washers in between. It will fit most cage and aviary bars. The rope section of this perch is 55cm long and it is attached into pvc pipe parts, with a total length of 64cm.
Due to the packaging rubbing during shipping from America, I will normally remove the product tags, which are zip tied onto the perch and can be hard to remove without risking cutting the perch if just using household scissors.
The first photo shows the actual perch size advertised, while the additional photos show this perch compared to the smaller size as well as my own Corella, Precious on her perch of this size. Check out my store for the smaller size. Larger sizes likely to come soon.
While sisal rope is significantly safer than cotton and synthetic fibres, it is still important to monitor your bird with any new toy to ensure they are using it correctly and not chewing it excessively. Sisal rope that is accidentally consumed in small amounts (through normal chewing and preening) will break down and digest, however if large amounts are consumed in a short time, it still has the potential to cause a blockage.