Lafebers Classic Avi-Cakes Gourmet Bird Food for Macaws and Cockatoos is a nutritious bird food developed to stop birds from just eating seeds. Avi-Cakes are half seed and half pellets, a healthy alternative to loose seed and bound by a sweet molasses glaze that birds find irresistible. Designed to offer a fun, stimulating eating experience that makes it easier to get your bird eating right. Each bag of Avi-Cakes contains 15 individual squares to make feeding convenient. You may feed as a complete diet, used as a conversion diet or simply feed as a nutritious treat.
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One Bird's Favorite by jscats from Long Island, NY08/01/2013
My umbrella cockatoo eats 2 or 3 squares every day, which I break into smaller pieces. He works on them slowly with little waste. It's as close to pellets as he'll eat, and has enjoyed them for about 15 years. Best price I have found and will continue to buy.
Birds love this product by LME07/25/2009
My human buys this for us as a treat. We love it and wish she would buy it more for us but what can you do. We will settle for what we get and what we get we love!!
AJ and Angel
Blue and gold maccaws
Birds loved their treats by Ginger from Greensboro, NC06/21/2012
This was a very nice product. My birds really enjoyed their new treats.
A favorite treat!! by Kathleen from Atlanta ,Ga.02/08/2012
My Cockatoo LOVES these!!!! They are her favorite treat!! My other birds really enjoy them as well!!!
Godiva's favorite treat by Kathleen from Atlanta, Georgia06/11/2013
I have an Umbrella Cockatoo who love's these cakes. They are her favorite treat!!!
Avi-cakes best addition to food cup by Kingpet from Ohio10/11/2011
My bird looks forward to this treat in his morning foood cup.