On 7/30/12, Justin wrote: Fuzzybird I agree with you I also want
to know the color of bird I am buying since it will be with me a
lifetime I want to get what I want especailly since I am paying
such high prices on my bird. Of course health and temperment is
important but so is the color you will be happy with I agree I
also would never put a deposit down on a bird which I had no
clue what it would look like if everyone was honest they would
> On 7/27/12, Aden wrote:
>> On 7/26/12, fuzzybirds wrote:
>>> IS it just me why do breeders request deposits on baby
>>> birds? I want to see what the birds colors are when they
>>> are feathered out since all birds are different colors
>>> none are alike. Anyone else agree with me? I don't want to
>>> buy a bird whose colors I am not happy with. I do love
>>> them all but know what I want....
> I ask for deposits for a few reasons:
> 1) Helps me weed out the flakers. Many times I've had people
> they want a bird. Email or call me multiple times a week with
> questions and then when the time comes to pay you can never
> a hold of them.
> 2) If someone is willing to put down a non refundable deposit
> then I know they're serious about buying one of my birds.
> 3) it's not fair on other potential clients to have someone
> you they want a bird and then 10 weeks later when the bird is
> weaned and they haven't put a deposit down and they tell you
> they no longer want the bird. In the meantime I may have
> away a few other customers that would have wanted a bird.