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Date Posted: Sunday, August 13, 11:43:46am
Author: jomo
Author Host/IP: Guelph-ppp279502.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Re: Build up of "droppings" on toes and feet
In reply to: Sinbad 's message, "Re: Build up of "droppings" on toes and feet" on Thursday, June 08, 03:55:31pm

I cover a big rectangular plastic lid from an old tupperware container with paper towels soaked in warm water and leave it in the bottom of the cage for a half hour for the bird to walk on. Works like a charm, and doesn't involve manhandling any buttons.

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