Everyone knows that “cage free” is always better.
Whether the activity in question is dining, preening, nesting, molting, pooping, singing (screeching), stretching, remodeling or greeting, it is best enjoyed “cage free.”
This way, the feathered being in question can really spread out and enjoy it, plus invite nearby flock members to join in if they like!
Going “cage free” can be especially important on a Monday, when so many beings report feeling like their personal style gets “cramped” by something called “work” on this day more than any other.
But by choosing to go “cage free,” there is no style cramping of any kind, so you can forget that it is even a Monday at all as you work with total freedom and flexibility.
Shannon & Pearl