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Last Post 26-05-2012 7:29 AM by  Mandy J
PARROT STAND FOR SALE
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29-01-2012 8:06 AM

    I have a stand for sale with a large circular stainless tray which is 2'6 diameter.  It is on wheels and has a perch and 2 pots.  It is in excellent condition.  £30

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    29-01-2012 8:59 AM
    Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo wish I was closer to you!!! You should have this one sold quickly for sure
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    29-01-2012 9:20 AM
    sorry about that Nina. maybe I could strap it to a mesenger pigeons leg lol
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    29-01-2012 9:27 AM
    That's got to be cruelty to a pigeon. How can 1 pigeon possibly carry that?

    At lease strap it to 2 pigeons....LOL
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    29-01-2012 9:47 AM
    Any chance of a picture or make/model please?
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    29-01-2012 9:57 AM

    Hi Sharon

    Don't know the make I'm afraid, Terry just gone to get measurements i.e. height etc.  Just trying to think how to get a photo.  Our camera cable is missing and my phone doesnt take photos.    It stands 4'6 high, on casters, large removable stainless steel tray and is very sturdy.  I wanted it to stand in my kitchen when working in there and it is just too big for the room. 

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    29-01-2012 10:12 AM

    I have just found one on Scarletts site that looks virtually identical.  It is the Rainforest Play Stand but mine doesnt have the upside L shaped hook on it.  I dont know if it is actually a Rainforest one but the picture is the same as mine.

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    29-01-2012 10:51 AM
    If you want it Sharon, my parents would probably collect and hang onto it for you. They live close to Gillie and Terry.
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    29-01-2012 11:27 AM
    Ha. I was asking coz I thought you may want it and it is close to your folks!
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    29-01-2012 11:50 AM
    I would like it but my old man will just moan about another one cluttering up the place when the birds hardly ever use them. Tempted though.
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    26-05-2012 7:29 AM
    My parrot stand was really expensive. We paid £150 for it. Coco uses it all the time. She climbs round it and up it. She sleeps on it. Eats on it. Swings upside down from it. Spends ages on it.

    Oh yes that's right. My husband has just reminded me that it actually my beautiful sitting room light fitting! We have to keep getting the step ladders out to clean off all the Poo off and get all the crumbs out of the bulb holders. We can never put the lights on as there is usually something resting next to the bulbs. Usually whatever she stole last. Keys. Lipstick. Biscuits. You name it we have found it up there!
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