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Old 11-23-2019, 07:35 PM
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Re: Cage liners - wood pellets?

For hygeine reasons, paper is best as otherwise would shavings would need to be completely changed every week instead of 'spot' cleaning which then causes a build up of pathogens in the environment and none of that is good
Plus, paper is cheap and generally is the best you can get, don't try and overthink these sorts of thing

I think this thread should end here as the facts have been provided and it is not up for argument for a novice bird keeper



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