On 8/19/07, Anne of Green Gables wrote:
> On 8/19/07, Leslie Cantrelle wrote:
>> I have 2 sets of lovebirds in the same cage. One set has
>> laid one egg. I read that they usually lay 4 to 6 eggs but
>> they only have one. What should I do?
> You should do nothing because if you were prepared for having
> lovebird babies you would have done research on the
> responsibilities of breeding them and what it involved.
> When you put male and female birds together you always have
> the chance of them breeding and laying eggs. Why would you
> not think about this before you did it?
> You can't come to a chat board and expect to have all the
> information that you need about breeding handed to you which
> takes a long time to learn BEFORE you put birds together.
> Consider this a life lesson. Either learn what you need to
> do to breed responsibly, or separate the male and females so
> that this doesn't happen again. Take responsibility for your
You don't know her circumstances so don't judge. She may have
inherited them from her dead uncle for you know. Geez, she was
just coming for help too.