T Perch Small
Wow! We love the new T Perch by Planet Pleasures! This is a new design that is a great addition to a shared cage or aviary of small parrots to enjoy or for your ‘little monkey’ in their play area or cage, it’s a great climbing toy! The diameter of the perch is 1.25cm which makes it perfect for the small feet of Budgies through to Caiques. It is made from natural, bird safe abaca rope.
The T Perch measures 30cm tall and 45cm wide. It comes with a sturdy loop at the top to attach a hanging link too. Quick links are the most suitable link as the diameter of the loop is a bit snug for a standard pear clip. However, a c-link and straw bead would also do the job well.
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|Dimensions||300 x 80 x 15 mm|
3 in stock
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Stainless Steel Quick Link$2.50
This is the absolute safest type of toy hanging link available here. The large quick link is 100% stainless steel, including the clasp which is hexagonal in shape so can be easily tightened with pliers for those parrots that like to un-do clips. Always use quick links, tightened with pliers, for large or destructive parrots.
Many toys come with the smaller pear clips attached. You can replace them with stainless steel quick links. Also check your purchases as certain toys and ranges like Planet Pleasures and my own natural toys don’t come with links so you can choose your own.
The Quick Links measure 4cm long, 1.7cm wide and the opening is 6mm. Stainless steel grade 316.
Straw Beads are small plastic tubes that can be used in toy making. They come in red, blue, green, orange and yellow.
Use Straw Beads to safely close the opening in ‘C’ links (as pictured). This is important to keep your bird safe from getting their beak or other parts caught in the opening. C links not included and can be purchased separately.
Plastic ‘C’ links are handy links for small parrot owners. You can make these into a chain or use them to attach bird toys to cage bars or make your own creations.
Ensure you also purchase ‘straw beads’ to close the ‘C’ link as shown. This is important to keep your bird safe from getting their beak or other parts caught in the opening.