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No. 3 of the 5 Messiest Foods Your Bird Will Love: Apples, Without Seeds

Get your sponge ready for these irresistible, messy foods that your pet bird will love to devour.

By Brian Meade

Pet birds relish the opportuinty to devour an apple

If you want to see a pet bird in heaven, give it a chunk of apple without seeds to chow down on!  The unfortunate side effect is the applesauce mess splashed across its cage, as well as your floors and walls within seconds.

Apples without seeds also make a nice, quick snack to chop up when time’s short.  Since apples are easy to cut, apple slices can be customized to any size you need.  Some pet birds prefer their bites easy to handle, while other parrots prefer a challenge that needs to be conquered!  Don’t let your pet bird’s ambitious nature fool you though — it only goes as far as eating the apple. The sticky mess afterwards is entirely yours for the cleaning! 

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good article
n, n, TN
Posted: 10/1/2011 11:44:37 AM
good idea. I'll share
Valerie, paradise valley, AZ
Posted: 6/28/2011 9:41:52 PM
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