I have bought a plastic string and threaded beads and bells on them. Eric couldn't care less about them but all the other buds have loved them.
Eric born 12th November 2017
In memory of Pickle, my friend. 8th June 2012 - 7th August 2017 ❤️ Buddy 25 October 2015 - 3rd December 2017 Boris 11 August - 3rd December 2017 Ernie 12th November 2017 - 9th June 2019 Not forgetting little Perry. May to August 2012. Taken tragically too soon. Together forever. Gone but never forgotten.
The 'see saw' swing with the mirror in the middle has been a firm favourite here for years. I first got it to stop bickering between my two girls - it was a way they could both be sat on the same swing & feel relatively equal! Genius!!
Otherwise, the types of things we like here are paper, palm, munch balls.
I confess to only having one playgym, and it’s plastic. Definitely need new ones.
These are Munchy’s toys:
The hook broke off the top of the swing mirror so it’s just a mirror now. He doesn’t really play with the rings or quadruplet Kevins unless I attach a preferred Kevin to the bottom, but I guess that’s no different to a budgie that only really likes things with bells on. A lot of the spinning things he spins a bit but mostly just tells them he loves them. The two-coloured Kevin is mostly ignored. Need to decide what to thread on the skewer. He’s not interested in the swing unless I hang a Kevin so he has to get on the swing to reach it. And goodness knows why I have three bells. Ducky is a favourite. And Jeffrey, the plastic budgie that sits on a perch, gets battered about.
Jan 21, 2014 17:06:12 GMTjellybean
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Too true. This is just the result of Ant and I buying a couple of presents for him each Christmas though. If it’s non-destructible and doesn’t need tossing due to rust it soon mounts up.
Incidentally, Munchy will chew balsa but you usually have to leave the toy in his cage for about a month first, then he’ll rip it for ages until it’s about half its former self, and then just ignore it for the rest of eternity.