Good luck. I do hope that the babies hatch and you are able to
help handfeed them. You might want to leave her one to take
care of. That won't be too much for her. Besides, it might
help her get her mind off her lost mate. Before long, hopefully
she will have other lovebirds around to keep her company.
On 1/05/06, Lyn wrote:
> Thanks, I have never had this happen before. It is
> horrible. I check her quite frequently to make sure she is
> eating and Pooping. So far she has been coming out and doing
> all of that.
> I don't think it would be good for her to try and raise the
> babies by herself. I think that would be too much for her. I
> guess it is just a day by day thing. But if she can get them
> old enough I will pull them and help her. I don't want to
> loose her. She is my favorite. Her name is Killer. She is a
> mean little thing but has just won our hearts. They should
> start hatching next week. The vet told me that birds do not
> die from missing a partner. I hope he is right.