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Date:9/20/2014 8:15:12 AM
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Kiwi here. WOW! Glad it helps. Mom noticed a big difference in me and Sly when she started covering us. Well, actually Sly had never been covered at all in his 5 years of life until mom got him. Then he was in a window and needed to be covered.He's allowed 2 of his 3 sides covered and it made a big difference. He still wants 2 sides of his upstairs cage covered. The only ones who aren't covered (because mom never opens the door wide at night and there's a nice dark blind) are the finches. They have lots of fake plants all through the cage for natural-looking cover.
Oh yeah, gotta come out for loves when our parronts come home. I HAVE to be up when dad comes home. I almost always tell mom when dad drives up. hehehe She takes me out so I can get on him and ride in the house.
Sure glad the covers are working. Everyone else like to be covered too? v4u
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