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eCOTRITION Bird Ladder

Adds fun and additional living space to any cageMade from all-natural materialsProvides variety for your birdEasily attaches to anywhere in your bird's cage
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Does anyone know what this product is made out of, specifically?

I have a couple pet rats and they've enjoyed bird toys and perches that I have bought for them in the past but they're sensitive to cedar and pine so I have to be careful about what I buy for them or they will develop respiratory and liver problems.
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I had a pet rat, and honestly would not use any thing they can chew apart, and possibly swallow. Leo, (my pet rat) loved beanie babies, but i had to be carefull with the ones I gave him. He use to pull the pellets out of some.
Any thing plastic, they might chew apart and swallow some of the peices. And get sick from it. I hope that helps. Have a great day.
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