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Date:7/30/2014 2:48:55 AM
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Hey there cutie!
A bigger bird...I would bite your momma just for thinking that. he he he! Momma said the biggest factor of any bird, is their temperment. Our senegal, Moosey, is a nipper. He will sit with you and love you and kiss you and then he will nip you. He even tries to bite whoever is changing his water. I mean...how stupid can you be...why wouldn't you want fresh water? he he he! Adopting an older birdie is always a wonderful idea but you have to be prepared for his/her behavior quirks. Make sure to find out why the owner is looking for a new home for their bird....momma feels that is the most important. Mom likes the senegals but, in her opinion, they are big birds in little bodies and have the attitudes to go with them. Momma doesn't mind that though. She still loves Moosey even if she gets mad when he bites her fingers. he he he! Mom says greys aren't as finicky as people make them out to be. If you provide them with a good diet, lots of love, and play time, they are fine. They aren't any quirkier than any other birdie can be. Mom said if you want a grey maybe consider a timneh. They are suppose to be more relaxed then a congo. Mom isn't sure if "relaxed" is the best word but that was the only one she could think of. My aunt adopted a grey who is 16 years old. She goes wonderful with my aunt. She sits with her, eats well and is thriving in her new home. It all depends on the environment that birdie is raised in and I know your momma will provide a wonderful home for any birdie. Mom and I hope that helps...if your momma needs clarification...let me know. How exciting!!! You are moving! That is so cool! You will have to let me know once you are all settled in your new home!
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