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Is it OK for Cockatiel to consume the Planet Petco crumbled paper litter?

My bird keeps eating the litter and I'm afraid that it may swell up in her stomach or something. We have a glass aviary so she walks around on the bottom. Please let me know ASAP. Thank you.
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It's always best to have a grated aviary (how large is yours?), so the bird cannot get at the litter.

Since it's paper and not wood shavings, it's probably okay, BUT if you see that he isn't making droppings, get to the ER.

As long as the paper is white and doesn't contain toxic chemicals or can hold mold or fungus, the bird will probably be okay. It's still best to keep the risks minimal, and when a bird develops a habit it likes, it's going to do it.
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Is this product ok for my finch to use as nesting material?

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On the paper litter cage lining, what is ment by frequently?

I have three 2 month old finches in one cage and their parents in another: both flight cages. On the instructions of the paper cage liner it says to change frequently. Does that mean every few days, once a week or what?
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