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    destroying toys quicker than i can replace

    Frodo likes to ruin and destroy his toys quicker than I can replace
    LOL its keeping him entertianed but means I have to find something else to give him when he does.
    He bit off a whole strand of the new one i gave him thursday

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    Re: destroying toys quicker than i can replace

    Tortured Willow. Bottle brush in flower or just a branch with the seed pods. Flowering Cherry. Make sure chews flowers only. Banksia, some of these are flowering, but even old cones are fine. Very dry pine cones. Stuff goodies in them. I think some of the Rata are in flower. It was either that or a Pohutakawa I saw in Three Kings yesterday. Not forgetting PaperBark Gum. Manuka. Some of the ornamentals are in flower. Just a few things that come to mind.
    R.I.P my little ones.

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    Re: destroying toys quicker than i can replace

    considering his newest toy 80-90 % destroyed and only gave it to him thursday , shall look into that, He really likes cheweing stuff
    the cockatiels had a pinecone for awhile. cant remeber where I got it. o.o

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