Upset Bird Tote Bag (eco)


Say goodbye to plastic, and bag your goodies in this organic cotton tote bag. There’s more than enough room for groceries, books, and anything in between.

• 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill
• Fabric weight: 8 oz/yd² (272 g/m²)
• Dimensions: 16″ × 14 ½″ × 5″ (40.6 cm × 35.6 cm × 12.7 cm)
• Weight limit: 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
• 1″ (2.5 cm) wide dual straps, 24.5″ (62.2 cm) length
• Open main compartment
• Blank product components sourced from China

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Many people often wonder what causes a bird to show anger. The answer is simple: the stress that we place on our animals can cause them to react in ways that are similar to humans who may get upset over things such as being dropped or having food to put in their dish. While upsetting Birds may appear to be little more than happy birds, it is important to understand that they have a complex understanding of the world around them and a memory that may not be as easy to mimic as you might think.

There are many reasons why a bird may get angry. One of the most common reasons is when they are threatened or feel threatened by something. The Upset bird may also become upset at other times because of new things that they have not yet learned. In many cases, the Upset bird may display these behaviours for no apparent reason and can get upset every time a new situation arises. Sometimes the Upset bird may even start pecking at its own feathers to try and get rid of any feelings of anger. The Upset bird may also show anger for things that are not familiar to them such as when a member of the house comes into their territory.

If you own a bird, it is important to keep an eye out for these signs. Many birds have natural behaviours that can help prevent them from getting upset, so if your pet ever starts acting out, you should try to understand what could be causing it. Once you have determined the cause behind the outburst, you can take steps to change the behaviour so that it stops bothering your pet. If your Upset bird gets angry, try to make sure they are not alone for too long as this can often lead to them calming down. If you attempt to handle an angry bird by yourself, do not attempt to attack it because you do not want to hurt it.

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Size Chart

Size guide
Bag width (inches) 16
Bag height (inches) 14 ½
Bag depth (inches) 5
Strap length (inches) 24 1/2
Strap width (inches) 1