How to fasten feeding cup!

Discussion in 'Chameleon Food' started by MatthewTran, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. MatthewTran

    MatthewTran New Member

    I am having a really hard time trying different ways to fasten my feeding cup. I don't have any sturdy place to put it in the plant.

    I prefer to use the disposable plastic drink cups. I have tried velcro and it isn't working. I am trying to experiment with maybe some sort of hooks!

    Does anyone have any ideas? I need something that I'm able to remove.
  2. Hoj

    Hoj Friendly Grasshopper

    i use a pc o rubber coated wire and just poke hole in the side of my cup and either wrap the wire around the branch or make little hooks that i can adjust as needed, you could also use twist ties just make sure all the pointy parts are concealed.
  3. jakeg

    jakeg Member

    I also use the plastic cups, I poke through a twist tie, like from a loaf of bread, and attach it to a vine, easy to do and easy to remove.
  4. sdheli420

    sdheli420 Established Member

    my way of hooking it up was to make a small hole just under the rim of the cup on one side..then from there zip tie, bread loaf twistie, or hang it on a nail on the wall (for free range set ups)..
  5. MatthewTran

    MatthewTran New Member

    Omg! Such great ideas, thank you!

    I tried the twisty tie thing and it is working so far...

    I'm interested to see what some other people have come up with!
  6. cantgetagoodsn

    cantgetagoodsn New Member

    I made a loop out of the fake vines you can buy, used a twisty tie to secure the loop. and viola!

  7. MatthewTran

    MatthewTran New Member

    Thanks for all of your ideas!

    So I tried the twisty tie method and it was too troublesome to take in and out and I didn't want to poke a hole in the cheap plastic cup lol.

    so I went to office depot and bought one of these adhesive fasteners, I stuck it to the cup and bent the prongs to form like a hook shape and hooked it on my chams favorite perch!

    Works great and really easy to take in and out for cleaning


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