When you comment, please tell us what kind of bird you have! The one-star commentator said their bird immediately bit through the rope bridge. What is it, parrot? I have a parakeet. I've studied its structure. He can't bite it through. This is such a lovely accessory in his cage. In my own life, I prefer natural things (non-plastic), so I'm glad to find such things for my parrots. Did I mention I have a parakeet? He was afraid of it. At first, I think it was because it swayed when he landed on it. I started putting his millet spray in the coconut, and now he often goes there. Tip: use millet spray to entice your bird to play with any new toys! This is a fairly large project, so I think the small cage may not be compatible with it. It hung lovingly on the roof of my high cage, and I couldn't wait to hear what people said about it. I bet I've heard a lot about pet birds. Haha, use millet seed spray. I'm sure you'll like this, too. Update: I have two parrots now. The new one, a month old, jumped on the rope bridge and walked all the way into the coconut. It was his first day in the cage! My other one never goes all the way to the coconut. He sat at the door, reached out to eat millet seeds, always pulled his head out of the seeds to look around, so it had a lot to do with personality! How bold and fearless the new bird is, it is lovely, but of course the more timid one will last longer in winter.