Re: going vacation and leaving bird alone
Posted by Connie on 7/05/08
Birdmom.... I did also suggest that Eleonora could find
another birdmom if desired. Some people are just different
than others when it comes to leaving their birds. I know that
I could leave mine overnight but that would be it. I'm not
trying to disagree with you. I just think it depends on the
birdie mom. God Bless... Connie
On 7/04/08, Birdmom wrote:
> Eleonora -
> Just go back to your original idea - have someone check on
> your bird once a day to freshen their water and food. My
> gosh, of course you can leave your bird alone. It just
> needs to have food and water and maybe a cleaning and maybe
> some fresh food. Take a family vacation together and find a
> reliable friend.
> On 7/02/08, Eleonora wrote:
>> does anybody has an expirience of leaving bird alone?
>> is it possible at all?
>> I always ask somebody to come daily to my jenday,
>> but recently I heard that it is not nessesary, that
>> some people just leave food and water, and leave for
>> a week.
>> I have this problem every summer when I'm going places,
>> and I have hard time to find someone to look after my
>> conure. Any suggestions?