You still have nothing good to say?
They don't need a reason to fly in the home- they have mounds of activities
that you would not ever dream of, even for your flighted birds. Creativity
outside of the feather. I took the initutive, became involved with them, and
they are the most well-behaved, happiest and healthiest birds ever.
And, no, being stepped on is no reason for flight. Plain and simple, it's the
owner's neglegance for allowing them to get stepped on. They should have
taught them otherwise. In my home, noone enters my bird room without taking
off their shoes, and I always tell them to watch their step anywhere else, or
I have the birds in the respective cages when other people who are not used
to the habits of my babies are around.
Yes, birds adapt, just like the dog has to become our right-hand freind. And
I guess you can say that it suits our needs- this way we do not sit in a bird-
poo covered chair or watch as our little freinds drown in the aquarium across
the room. We live in silent bombs. Anything can go wrong, but it keeps
anything from the doorknobs up out of their reach.
It may be crazy, but that's the truth. Sorry you don't agree, but this is
getting you nowhere.
On 1/12/06, Jim wrote:
> On 1/12/06, Cassie
> I think it is very scary for any animal being around people with such
> weird ideas.
> Words like "No Reason for Flight" :(
> "Being stepped on is still no reason for flight",
> "Birds adapt" so maime them to suit Our Needs".
> It's crazy.