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plastic easter eggs

Posted By: Anonymous

plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 01:56 PM

safe toy or supervised toy? i had bathroom time with my glider and she just loved the plastic easter egg. i would like to put it in her cage with her but not sure if it's safe. ty

~nikki
Posted By: Dancing

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 02:02 PM

I can't imagine why they wouldn't be safe!
Posted By: CritterHill

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 02:15 PM

We have the little plastic eggs in our cages all the time with no problems. They have fun opening them up looking for treats. You can hide a cheerio or dried fruit or a mealworm in them. Just make sure to remove it, if they don't eat it after a day. Some of mine love to drag the eggs into their sleeping pouches and sleep with them. I never know what I am going to get a hold of when I reach into a sleeping pouch! LOL

Catherine
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 02:17 PM

Safe <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> I actually have a few different toys that I have made out of easter eggs for my gliders...
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 02:20 PM

great thank you for the info, i will put in here cage. ~nikki
Posted By: BCChins

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 03:05 PM

Watching them wrestle with the eggs is so much fun. Mr. Magoo loves his eggs. I am going to try hiding things in there for him. Oh he has his all the time!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 03:43 PM

I gave one to Inkus and Oblina they put it in there pouch and sleep with it.....strange LOL
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 05:54 PM

Do you mean those from a choclat suprise egg?
I realy want to try that
Posted By: SweetestShampoo

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 06:00 PM

I have one hanging from the cage with a piece of strong rope. She goes CRAZY with it- she LOVEs it!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/24/06 11:47 PM

My gliders LOVE their eggs. They have so much fun moving them and wrestling with them. It's so cute.
Posted By: KattyM

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/25/06 01:01 AM

sugababe, I believe everyone is talking about the plastic Easter eggs full of bunnies, like to Barrel of Monkeys. Definitely no chocolate (eggs or otherwise) for our gliders!
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/25/06 02:33 PM

I just buy the 15/1$ plastic eggs- the trio loves opening themand finding toys and treats inside.. the pair move them around but don't do much else and if it hits the ground it stays there and gets used as a bathroom.. so I've stopped giving them to them..
Posted By: CritterHill

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/25/06 06:05 PM

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Do you mean those from a choclat suprise egg?
I realy want to try that

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Like the kinder eggs? There is a chocolate egg with a little plastic egg inside with a toy in it. If you wash it off, so there is no chocolate on it at all, and remove the toy, then it should be fine. Now I want one. I wish you could buy them in the US. Here you buy the little plastic eggs empty and people put jelly beans and small chocolate eggs etc in them and hide on Easter morning, so kids can have a easter egg hunt.

Catherine
Posted By: CritterHill

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/25/06 06:12 PM

http://www.kinder-eggs.com/ <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />
Posted By: KattyM

Re: plastic easter eggs - 04/26/06 01:46 AM

Well, I'll be... I never heard of Kinder eggs. Thanks for the link, CritterHill.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 05/02/06 07:06 PM

Yess those i mean. Thanks i am going to try that.
hugss
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: plastic easter eggs - 05/03/06 03:50 PM

I have a whole bag of easter eggs that I was going to throw away. I had no idea gliders enjoy them. Thanks.
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