You appear to be quite a self-righteous handful. I think his point is
the bite was "severe" and he is now afraid of the animal based on this
experience. Spraying with water is abuse? Who beat you (with water)
as a child. Lets not project our childhood traumas on those that are
reaching out to us for advice. So, if you could for a moment coax
your issues back into your little closet and provide a modicum of
constructive feedback. My god woman your like the Dr. Laura of
On 5/26/06, johnny wrote:
> On 5/24/06, Cherie wrote:
>> On 5/23/06, Fran wrote:
>>> Cherie, anyone who considers getting rid of his "compassionate"
>> pet of three years
>>> because of one bite is not bonded to the bird in the first place.
>> Spraying the bird with
>>> water for vocalizing (which is necessary for the mental well-
>> being of a parrot) is abusing
>>> their bird, I am shocked that you would not agree, since you work
>> in rescue. Even Bob
>>> concurs that he has gone too far with his punishment.
>>> He keeps the bird covered and sprays him for 'screming" yet has
>> not posted once for
>>> help with that issue.
>>> I feel sorry for this cockatoo, if this post is real (which I