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Nove    0

Wahey! It's the Padfoot!

 

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It kind of looks like he's sitting on Sudan. :doh:

 

xx, C.

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Nove    0
:) he looks exactly like Bing!!!(my budgie)

 

You have excellent taste, if I do say so myself. :D

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maesie    0

Very cute... some cage tips if I may. Get rid of those perches you have and replace with natural branches. Gum, bottlebrush, grevilla etc... just make sure they are safe/native and clean. I'd put one each side from front to back, to encourage him to fly across the cage. Better exercise for him. He'll also love some fresh leaves too. Different thickness's of perches are great for his feet and good to chew on too.

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Nove    0
Very cute... some cage tips if I may. Get rid of those perches you have and replace with natural branches. Gum, bottlebrush, grevilla etc... just make sure they are safe/native and clean. I'd put one each side from front to back, to encourage him to fly across the cage. Better exercise for him. He'll also love some fresh leaves too. Different thickness's of perches are great for his feet and good to chew on too.

 

Very true! Some excellent points. However, I'm faced with a bit of a problem! A picture will do justice.

 

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Obviously I'll need to get some rope happening, and some toys. Wednesday drawth near!

Also, sidenote, the information on my left isn't correct. I'm female, not male. Any idea how to change this? :)

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maesie    0
Very cute... some cage tips if I may. Get rid of those perches you have and replace with natural branches. Gum, bottlebrush, grevilla etc... just make sure they are safe/native and clean. I'd put one each side from front to back, to encourage him to fly across the cage. Better exercise for him. He'll also love some fresh leaves too. Different thickness's of perches are great for his feet and good to chew on too.

 

Very true! Some excellent points. However, I'm faced with a bit of a problem! A picture will do justice.

 

IMG_27481.jpg

 

Obviously I'll need to get some rope happening, and some toys. Wednesday drawth near!

Also, sidenote, the information on my left isn't correct. I'm female, not male. Any idea how to change this? :)

 

All fixed... you are now 'female'... :D I see what you mean about the cage. Perhaps one on the left front to back, and on the right, either one side front to back centre, a rope perch bent round the side (you can get the ones with with wire in them to bend as you choose, or a swing or something??? You'd be amazed and what you can do.

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Nove    0
i didnt think you were male.

 

I'm pretty transparent in that respect, I suppose. :) !

 

 

All fixed... you are now 'female'... :D I see what you mean about the cage. Perhaps one on the left front to back, and on the right, either one side front to back centre, a rope perch bent round the side (you can get the ones with with wire in them to bend as you choose, or a swing or something??? You'd be amazed and what you can do.

 

I guess I'll check around the website for shop information to get these sorts of things. I hear there's also some good websites to order off of? Thanks for the rope-wire idea, it's a good one.

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Elly    0

Very cute :), another suggestion if you can is put the food containers higher that keeps them from getting soiled and budgies feel safer eating up higher :D but there are times they forage on the bottom.

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