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Re: So sad

Posted by Kitty.J on 11/10/05
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    On 11/09/05, Michael L wrote:
    > On 11/09/05, Kitty.J wrote:
    >> Well last wensday my favorite female zebra finch died. I
    >> put her and her mate in a cage because she was moving too
    >> slow. And i found her in the water dish when i woke up in
    >> the morning. The water was only 1 inch high, so i believe
    >> she died in her sleep. Well its been a week from last
    >> wensday and well i put Max the male zebra finch in with my
    >> tame birds, so he doesn't get picked on or lonely. Well i
    >> always handfeed my birds, put food in my hand and inside
    >> the cage, well yesterday Max fle wover to my hand and
    >> started to eat some egg from my hand, i actually felt his
    >> beak against my hand and when i moved my hand around to my
    >> other birds so they can eat he followed. I guess his wild
    >> side is gone or he just loved those eggs. So i also tried
    >> it with seeds, and my veggies and fruits i feed them every
    >> day, and guess what, he was at my hand eavh time, though
    >> he was alittle warry to eat the fruit in my hand, he did
    >> eat. Don't worry i do not plan to have him as my tame pet,
    >> if he is that. I believe he just believe my hand wont hurt
    >> my best tame birdie friends and it wont hurt him. Also i
    >> am breding my oldest pair of zebras who are strong
    >> breeders and well i will let Max choose his mate, they may
    >> be ready near Christmas and hopefully there is more than
    >> one female to choose form. Kinda sad to see a zebra finch
    >> that was very wild when i was even near the cage to become
    >> tame enough to eat out of my hand. I feel like one of
    >> those lil old ladies feeding wild pigeons.
    >
    >
    > I'm sorry to hear of the loss of your finch, Kitty. I know
    > you love and take care of them very well.
    >
    > Michael L

    Sorry I brought my problems onto bird mart, I am sad. But I
    never knew Max would act tame and eat out of my hands with my
    other birds, it just seems so weird because he and his mate
    were a wild couple, not literately, but they acted so wild
    when I was near or inside their cage.

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  • So sad, 11/09/05, by Kitty.J.
  • Re: So sad, 11/09/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: So sad, 11/10/05, by Kitty.J.