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Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Towel? What Towel?

By Laura Doering
Join in on Laura's fun and experiences of bird ownership, and share in her adventures as the editor of BIRD TALK, the world’s most widely read pet bird magazine, in Wayward Feathers.

Ever wonder what your birds are doing while you’re at work? Well, yesterday I found out what Ollie was up to. It was a bit chilly the previous night, even for California, so I covered his cage with a towel and uncovered it in the morning. By the time I got home, Ollie had already climbed into his T-Pee sleep hut. No wonder he was tired. I apparently left the towel within beaks’ reach on the table next to Ollie’s cage, so he spent a good deal of time and energy pulling that towel into his cage … through ½-inch barring no less! That must have been quite an undertaking. From what I could tell, Ollie spent time eating on towel, because there were seed hulls and pellet crumbs within the crevices, not to mention about a day’s worth of droppings. I should have known better though than to use one of our white bath towels. On the positive side, no need for a cage liner change.

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