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Date:9/21/2014 8:01:57 PM
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Sonya here
Heres a vote look alike.Ok about the question. from what your telling me about with the cage and food bowl it sounds like shes hormonal.She might be using her bowls for a nest.She might lay an egg.It's not uncommon for the females to lay without a male.For the rest of it.Don't let her higher then you.When she is higher she is the dominate one not you.Bring her down to your level.No higher then your chest.You might not like this but take her flight away by clipping her wings.Right now she doesn't need you to get to point a to point b.She right now is to independent and fells as though she is higher in the flock then you.She can just fly away when she fells like it.Does she step up for you?If not start working on it with her.This could help you get back the control of her.But if she flys away it won't work.Males are the opposite of the females.They are just so loving.Sometimes they can overbond.If you do get a male for her you will most likely lose her as a pet.All she will want to do is be with the male.We can see it here with me and Marvin.I would love to get my feathers on him but mommy won't allow it.Were just to different to breed and daddy doesn't want to lose his baby girl.Let us know how you make out.See ya later.
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