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Opened Mouth Cat Birdhouse

This birdhouse will give smarter birds a scare, while it amuses your neighbors. The Opened Mouth Cat Birdhouse is all in good fun and once birds realize that they won’t be eaten alive by a cat, they will congregate around this thing all of the time. It’s a fun way to feed birds and it [...]
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