On 4/16/05, Cheryl wrote:
>> I didn't want to be the one to tell you, but Cheryl made it a bit
>> easier for me.
> Thanks, Michael.
> I do hope that this bird can be the pet she is meant to be...) Many
> people would kill to have their pet Senegal act as friendly as yours
> sounds. To keep the bird in a breeding situation when she obviously
> desires human love, just sounds unfair to me.
The Senegal that I mentioned is still a pet of mine today. When I went
to buy her they handled her with welding gloves.
She is the most gentle bird that I've had the pleasure to keep. It was
sad that they had no idea how nice she really is. She talks, dances and
is virtually without any noise whatsoever.
She would have never made a breeding bird on her best day.