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For those of us who allow our birds to be occasionally loose, a door left open is an invitation to disastor. Stop potential trouble at the threshold with friendly signs that remind the person at your door: there's a loose bird inside.

Hand-made of laminated weather-hardy stock, KnobNots cards can be hung on exterior/interior doors without scratching or leaving behind gooey residue. Convenience ensures that they will be used, affordability makes them practical for every point of entry.

Each of the four signs in the set features the image of an African Grey Parrot and a bright red stop sign that even little ones and non-English speakers recognize means "stop!" and four messages.

Free shipping and handling inside the United States. Canadians and other friends outside the United States, please note international shipping rates. Your order will be shipped within 24 hours of completed purchase, payment due within 3 days of purchase. No returns. Paypal preferred, USA checks and money orders are also accepted.

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New, seasoned and parents-to-be will want to look for our humorous "Baby Sleeping" signs on Etsy, perfect for baby showers and new baby gifts

African Grey Parrot Cruising the Friendly Skies - signs keeps parrot safely indoors

$16.00

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: laminated cardstock
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 455 reviews
  • Favorited by: 16 people