The log itself is a great idea, good boredom breaker but one evening the roll came off the cage and was hanging by one hook, our hamster got caught in the loose hook and was screaming, I had to help her get free, I dread to think what may have happened if I'd not been there.
Luckily when I checked her over she was fine but I have now removed the hooks (they come out very easily) and placed the roll on the cage floor.
The design needs reconsidered before an animal has a serious injury
not without a BUT
bunny loved it but if left alone with it, she would finish it in an hour. I try to keep her away from grains as we have a dewlap growing so this was a one time treat. I also I believe that parsley should be fed to bunnies in small quantities and there is a lot of it here.
Ours did not have any flower petals on it or in it.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
Looks sturdy, ours had a lot less flower petals than in the picture
I have no doubt my degus will like this, they like wood, they love food and a combo of the two will keep them entertained. However, to stop them overeating I have decided to only give them it during free-range time.
When I received the product it was intact but disappointing as, from the image I was expecting a lot more variety and petals on it. Instead, the 44% parsley stalks verges on 70% but I'm sure my goos stomachs will fail to care.