I have a BF Amazon, he really needs the timea and attention a
child needs. Honestly, being fair to both of you it really
takes that much time. :)
On 12/30/05, Dee wrote:
> The type of bird that may be right for you is dependent on
> many factors...
> Do you live in an apartment?
> Will noise and/or size be a problem?
> Do you have adequate space for cage?
> Do you have a lot of spare time for a bird, or is it more
> limited? (larger birds and some smaller species are very
> time demanding)
> Could time commitments forseeably change? (marriage, new
> baby, change in jobs, move...remember, none of these things
> are the fault of our feathered friend)
> Expense and ease of care? (The larger the bird, the harder
> to handle and incrementally expensive the foods, medical
> treatment, grooming, etc.)
> Without thinking in realistic terms, you may cheat your new
> friend or yourself out of a good relationship. Be fair to
> yourself and any potential feathered pet and consider ALL
> the details...then make a sound choice.
> On 12/30/05, Courtney wrote:
>> I am thinking about getting a bird,and not quite sure
>> about which type of bird would be best for me.Any
>> suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.