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Last Post 09-04-2009 11:32 AM by  IrinaP
Goodies for our parrots and labour saving devices for us
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Crystal West
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01-03-2009 6:13 PM

    Always on the look out for 'specials' for our feathered friends, and Asda's are doing the Brusell sprouts on the stalks for £1.00. A labour saving device I have found the new JML twistand wring mop, it is brilliant and even gets up those dried on poohs that stick to the laminate floor, it has a built in abrasive end which you can scrub any stubborn bits that is wood friendly. £9.97. Aldi's is also doing a famly sized steamer for only £13.80, and I mean family sized, and its brilliant, pop all those veggies in and the rice/pasta, put on the timer and come back to it all nicely steamed cooked, no messy saucepans , no waste of goodness in the water, and you don't have to watch it in case it boils over. Just a few ideas

     

    Crystal

    My one aim is to serve the parrots in my care, to help those to weak to defend themselves, and bring alittle happiness into their lives, I prefer parrots to people but can handle them in moderation :)
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    01-03-2009 6:45 PM
    veegtable steamers are brilliant my birds will onle eat veg that have been cooked that way never much waste either
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    01-03-2009 7:48 PM
    my birds wil eat theirs raw, and my new rabbit eats the bits the bird don't eat, so no waste.
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    14-03-2009 6:49 PM

    I like the idea of rabbitts eating the leftovers, now to pursuade hubby LOL

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    09-04-2009 11:32 AM
    My rabbit also gets leftover branches and broccoli after birdies, and the birds get dried herbs I buy for the bunny, but are beneficial for birds too (like nettle, dandelion, marigolds, alfalfa and so on)


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