1485 Soccer Shred

$5.99 USD

The 1485 Soccer Shred from Bonka Bird Toys is an engaging and affordable option for entertaining your inquisitive small feathered friends. Designed with a variety of textures and playful elements, this toy is tailored to stimulate your bird's senses and keep their beak busy. Here's a closer look at the features that make the Soccer Shred a must-have for your pet bird.

Engaging Design for Endless Fun

Variety of Textures: From foam beads to a Soccer Duck and a small round soccer poker card, each component is chosen for its ability to provide mental stimulation and physical play. The big bundle of colorful shred paper at the bottom invites your bird to engage in satisfying shredding activity.

Durable Construction: A metal wire acts as the toy's backbone, ensuring durability and longevity. This sturdy structure allows your bird to explore and play without compromising the toy's integrity.

Safe and Easy to Install

100% Bird Safe: Safety is a priority, and the 1485 Soccer Shred is crafted from materials that are completely safe for birds. This commitment to safety means your feathered friend can enjoy their new toy without any risk.

Quick Link Connector for Easy Hanging: Equipped with a quick link connector, this toy can be quickly and easily hung in your bird's cage. This convenient feature ensures that setup is hassle-free, allowing your bird to start enjoying their new toy right out of the package.

Perfectly Sized for Small Birds

  • Measurements: Standing at approximately 6 inches in height and 2 inches in width, and weighing under 3 ounces, the Soccer Shred is ideally sized for small birds. This proportion ensures that the toy is engaging without overwhelming your bird's space.

The 1485 Soccer Shred from Bonka Bird Toys is not just an entertaining and colorful toy; it's a cost-effective way to enrich your small bird's environment. By incorporating this toy into your bird's cage, you provide them with an opportunity for play and exploration that engages their senses and satisfies their natural instincts.