and that is just what birds should be able to do.. come and go at will.. I don't like birds in cages. The saddest thing I ever saw was a lone kookaburra in a cage in San Diego Zoo. Only one, no mate or friends and in a foreign country. He looked so sad and trapped. He wasn't laughing like they usually do
I love the wacky cage! THe birds are loving it too, I see! I used to hang my bird's cage out doors so he could enjoy it! I inherited the Cockatiel from a neighbor who moved and didn't want him anymore. Isn't that sad.BTW...I scrolled down t ocatch up and ummm....your nephew! Wheee wooo!
ooo, I like it too! Especially your words with it. :)
it is very free..i love it.i have a lamp you would love that is similiar to this.. it is from the 1950's..sending you much love, nita
How gorgeous!!! I love this piece Colette, what a lucky little birdie, free to come and go as he/she pleases.Jacky xox
What a lovely idea Colette. I think real birds in cages are very sad and I hate to see anything caged but this is great - beautifully fragile and quirky.
Now that is freedom~
How considerate of you to make sure the bird didn't feel 'caged in' :) It's pretty!Sand XO
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