Re: u2 bit me for the first time! should I keep him? yes or
Posted by Warmest Regards. Phil/Wild on 5/21/06
On 5/21/06, Phil/wild wrote:
> On 5/21/06, interesting wrote:
>> On 5/21/06, Bob wrote:
>>> MY UMBRELLA COCKATOO BIT MY VERY HARD CAUSING ME TO BLEED
>>> I AM ABLE TO HANDLE HIM EASILY BEFORE NOW I FEAR HIM. HE
>>> IS A SCREMER AND NEEDS ALOT OF ATTENTION MORE THAN I COULD
>>> GIVE. I MUST ADMIT THAT I DO COVER HIS CAGE OFTEN AND
>>> SPRAY HIM WITH WATER TO SLOW DOWN HIS SCREMING. PERHAPS I
>>> MAY HAVE GONE OVERBOARD WITH THE SRAYING WITH THIS LESSON
>>> LEARN I NOW STOPPED THE SPRAYING. NEVERTHELESS, I AM
>>> CONSIDERING OF GETTING RID OF HIM DUE TO THIS
>>> INCIDENT.HOWEVER, THIS BIRD IS VERY COMPASIONATE AND LOVES
>>> TO CUDDLE. I DO HAVE MIXED FEELINGS HE HAS BEEN OUR PET
>>> FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS AND HES ABOUT 14 Y/O. THERFORE, I AM
>>> REACHING OUT TO MY BIRD BUDDIES FOR ANY RECOMMENDATIONS.
>> Yep if you can't take gettin bit one time you should do the
>> bird a favor and find it a good home. Gz alittle blood and
>> you want to dump your pet. I'm certainly glad I'm not
>> married to you. God forbid if I should ever make a mistake.
> Hi Bob.
> I wouldn't take the last comment to heart. Some people don't
> understand when someone is reaching out.
> In the first place you have the heart to be honest and you
> truthful. In here that can be deadly.
> As for your U2 that is completely up to you. As for the
> aggression,well I have breeder U2s and G2s and this season is
> running really late for most people that I know that own too's.
> Anyway around this time they start to feel there hormones.
> Being that you have a boy. (Are you sure)He wants to mate. I
> would think that this will pass with time. All my big Too's
> getting really active and are breeding right now.
> My thought to you are YOU are the only one that can decide
> Remember if he is bonded to you,most likely he thinks your his
> mate. Thus he will get aggressive with you and even try to
> in some way with you. I hope you know what I mean when I say
> mate. Some maybe most big Cockatoos will try and mate with
> who've they bonded with.
> Warmest Regards. Phil/Wild
YOUR FEEDBACK WAS VERY SINCERE AND HELPFUL THANKYOU FOR SHARING
YOUR SUPPORT AND UNDERSTANDING. BOB