On 6/29/07, electra wrote:
> my freind is a vet and she kept her animals by living in off
> campus housing....aka ....an apartment or rented house. it can
> be done w/ some planning. I am just finishing nursing school
> (my second degree) and have six birds, 3 dogs, a cat, turtles,
> african clawed frogs, and a husband. its fine w/ appropriate
> On 6/29/07, Lillian wrote:
>> On 6/28/07, KittyJ wrote:
>>> Why not let her eat your food with her? And let her out of
>>> her cage with you guys when you are all around. Spending a
>>> bit more away from the cage and with you and whoever may
>>> Birds are loud. And should vocalize 2-3 times a day at their
>>> Too much time in the cage, away from the family (you) and
>>> boredom can cause a bird ot scream. Plus one thing to
>>> consider is it is mating/hormonal season, so this may have
>>> her calling for a mate (you) much more.
>>> I am not an amazon expert. I just adopted my first Red Lored
>>> as well. Everything good here. But I am just saying my
>>> experience with my Umbie, how he reacts and all, and how I
>>> help him :)
>> I've been following your posts and I have a question for you.
>> I know you're a young woman but have dreams of becoming a vet
>> or working with animals.
>> What will become of your birds when you are off to college?
Thank you Electra. I understand the obvious. I wanted to hear
Mercedez's grand and glorious tale.