From everything I've read, u should not put two males together.
If you don't want to mate, i would get another male and put them
in seperate cages. They will sing back and forth and each have
their own space. Double trouble... in stereo!! Good luck.
On 12/06/05, Kitty.J wrote:
> On 12/05/05, carol g. wrote:
>> On 12/04/05, Feynman wrote:
>>> My male canary has been sad ever since his girlfriend died
>>> about a year ago. Lately I've been thinking about getting
>>> him a friend, but don't have the time to deal with baby
>>> canaries. Would it be ok to put another male canary in or
>>> would is be better to get a finch (they would be sharing a
>>> large cage)? If so, what kind of finch and gender would be
>> Hi, Feynman;
>> If I were you, if my bird was sad and lonely, I would get
>> him a cage buddy. Just like Micheal L. said, if you get him
>> a bird of the same kind, of the same gender, there will not
>> be any babies and he would no longer be lonely. Birds are
>> flock animals in the wild, why should they be alone in a
>> cage? I would hate to be alone in a cage, if I were a bird.
>> Well, I hope this helps, Feynman,and soon you will have two
>> happy canaries.
>> carol g.
> Well you could get him a mate just don't let him breed and if
> they do, shake the eggs up or put fake ones in, so no baby
> grows :) But i wouldn't do this once the embryo grows...