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Re: WANTING A BIRD

Posted by Agree on 9/19/09
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    On 9/18/09, Question for you wrote:
    > On 9/18/09, SCOTT PETERS SR wrote:
    >> HEY GANG. I AM GOING THROUGH A DIVORCE AND HAVE BEEN
    >> LONELY, AND I AM LOOKING FOR SUGGESTIONS ON A BIRD THAT
    >> WOULD BE GOOD FOR ME. I HAD AN ECLECTUS ABOUT 6 YEARS AGO
    >> AND HE WAS SUCH A SWEETY PIE AND I LOVED HIM SOO MUCH. BUT
    >> NOW AS YOU CAN IMAGINE, WITH CHILD SUPPORT AND EVERYTHING,
    >> FINANCES ARE A LITTLE ROUGH, AND I AM LOOKING FOR A MUCH
    >> CHEAPER BIRD FOR A COMPANION. SMALL OR LARGE, I DO NOT
    >> CARE, I JUST WOULD LIKE A BIRD THAT I CAN HANDLE FREQUENTLY
    >> AND WILL BE SWEET. DOES ANYONE HAVE A BIRD THAT WOULD BE
    >> GOOD FOR ME? I LIVE IN UPSTATE NY. THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH.
    >
    > Well, since we know Eclectus live longer than 6 years, what
    > happened to the poor bird and what will happen to this new
    > bird when you can't keep him?
    > Get your life together before you involve another innocent
    > bird that will more than likely be re homed in time.
    > What if your new girlfriend doesn't like the bird? I'm
    > guessing bye bye birdie.

    If you really had a bird before, then you know there is no such
    thing as a cheap bird. To buy maybe. To maintain properly,
    not even close. Or are you looking for a $15-$20 little
    creature that you can treat as a throw away bird the minute it
    may need a vet visit?