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High quality play stand is the perfect hangout for your feathered friendSolid wrought iron constructionAssembles in as little as 15 minutesIncludes 3 ladders and provides maximum space for your bird to hang out
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Where do you hang toys on this?

Hi. Where do you hang toys on this? I don't see any hooks in the higher areas. And would this be overwhelming to a small bird like a parakeet? Thank you!
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I suspect that the parakeet's feet would be too small to grip the perches securely, so yes, it would be overwhelming to a bird that small.
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We used zipties to add toys everywhere. I think some of the perching areas would be too large foe a parakeet.
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