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Old 17-11-2018, 10:29 AM
Altair Altair is offline
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Make sure to remove those ropes entirely from the bird food. Birds can get trapped in them with their legs, dying.. and possibly painfully and slowly..
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Old 26-01-2019, 10:46 AM
Makoiyi Makoiyi is offline
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I rehab wild Birds mostly Corvids for vets in my area, and some are Non releasable as deemed by the Vet's. So they remain here with me as permanent resident's and I have the relevant licenses for them. Though they come inside at night they have large aviary's that they go out int and can fly around and do what they wish safely.

If you want contact with birds, why not contact a local rehabber or rescue / sanctuary and go and volunteer some of your free time. This way you can help out and also learn about these birds and other wildlife.

If your cat's are outdoor roaming cats feeding wild birds on your property may not be such a great idea because of the cat's. If they are indoor cats then its not so bad. If you do feed them please don't feed any bread as this causes all birds a lot of issues and can kill them. But bird seed / grain and soaked cat or dog kibble, grapes, hard boiled eggs shell on and nuts. also just remember if you start feeding them regularly you will need to continue to do so.

( Don't feed Brazil and Macadamia nuts,bread, Avocado, chocolate, processed meats or foods, or any onions / alum family of plants, as these are poisonous to Bird's.)
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Old 16-11-2019, 03:08 PM
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I had a pet cockatiel growing up in high school. When I moved in with my husband while we were dating, we had cats as well. Didn't have any issues since the cats never really went in the room where the bird was, and he was never out of the cage unless I closed the door of the room he was in. I wouldn't say my bird smelled unless the cage didn't get cleaned in a timely fashion, but he was certainly messy. Any time I was able to let him out and roam free I would. Or I'd take his cage outside and let him enjoy the fresh air. He was fairly easy to take care of. I'd get another one, but depending on which breed you are looking at, you may be looking at a very long commitment. Parrots have long lives, sometimes out living their owners. That's something to keep in mind!
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Old 07-05-2020, 02:48 AM
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I have cats,and used to breed canaries and finches but in a outdoor aviary,
they were all happy, my cats did not bother them,the cats seemed to know they were my birds,but I would not like to keep a bird in a small cage in the house,
I feel it would not be fair on the bird
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