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Date:10/31/2014 7:35:52 AM
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Yes, my grandmother had to take care of her mother's canary (long time ago, obviously), and that experience totally turned her against birds. She just thought they were so messy. I think this could be partially due to the fact that that cannary was likely in one of those old-fashoined cages without even a lip on the bottom to catch debre. I keep my bird area very clean, especially when she is here. So now Grandma goes around saying how much cleaner my birds are than canaries! She does love them though, and they love her, for she always compliments their feathers. Have you gotten any where with your chew toys? Have you ever given your birds korabi? (I know, I am not a great speller!) I mixed some (pre-cooked) in with my birds eggs the other day and they just loved it.
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