Naturals Bird Rope Ladder

$6.95
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Product Summary:

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Prevue Naturals Rope Ladder for Birds
 
Endless options for fun and climbing exercise.  Use the ladder to climb vertically or for spanning space.  All natural rubberwood and sisal rope for chewing satisfaction.  Quick link connectors make hanging and rehanging super easy.
 
Product Features:
  • Provides climbing options
  • Easy to Use and install
  • All natural materials
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
Small is approx 3"W x 20"L with approx 1/2" diameter.. Ideal for small birds like parakeets, canaries and finches.
Large is approx 6"W x 26"L with approx 3/4" diameter.  Ideal for medium birds like cockatiels and conures.
 

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Activity and fun for rats and to till the Critter Nation Double Unit cage
Kellie P on Aug 18, 2015
Seems kinda neat
Wayne D on Feb 5, 2015
I thought my birds might enjoy a new toy.
Jennifer D on Mar 8, 2015
Perfect for our African Grey and will work well for any medium to large parrots.
Nicole W on Feb 3, 2015
Would this be an okay toy for rats?
Angel on Feb 2, 2015
Best Answer: I think it would be okay, though it is more narrow than realized. But hey, rats are coordinated creatures. In my case, I couldn't find a good location in the cage so it is now a chew toy! :-)
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