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Re: jendays

Posted by Cheri on 1/29/07
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    On 1/29/07, Connie wrote:
    > On 1/28/07, Cheri wrote:
    >> On 1/27/07, Connie wrote:
    >>> On 1/24/07, Cheri wrote:
    >>>> Hi,
    >>>> I am getting a jenday in about a week , I am in love with
    >>>> it I go see it everyday as she is in the store I work
    >>>> in... I dont know much about them... can you jenday people
    >>>> share some stories with me please? I dont know if its a
    >>>> male or female but whatever it is it loves me and I love
    >>>> it.. I hear they are loud ,,,will they talk? I have a
    >>>> quaker that talks his head off , will the jenday learn
    >>>> from him? anyways any stories would be great.
    >>>> Thank you
    >>> Hi Cheri,
    >>> I have a female Jenday that I have had since she was a
    >>> baby. I also have a Blue Quaker that I have had since he was
    >>> a baby. They will get along but I would not recommend
    >>> putting them in the same cage ever. They should have a
    >>> mutual playstand where they can be supervised until they get
    >>> to know each other. Each of these birds must have their own
    >>> cages as they are both territorial and like to have their
    >>> own space at night.
    >>> Jendays are chewers. If you have 1 minute hole in a shirt,
    >>> the Jenday will find it instantly and make it huge, so wear
    >>> old shirts with them. Jendays like wooden chewy toys while
    >>> the Quakers prefer the bells.
    >>> While the Quaker talks up a storm, Jendays can say a few
    >>> words but not very many. They are very acrobatic and mine is
    >>> potty trained. I could write a book but.... if you have any
    >>> questions, feels free to ask.
    >>> Connie
    >> Thank you so much Connie , you have been very helpful..I
    >> would love to hear about the book you could
    >> write ,,,acrobatic? like what? rolling around ect,,, I do have
    >> a separtate cage ready for my new baby and will get wooden
    >> toys.. I want her to be as happy as she can be,,these birds
    >> were brought in there were two of them in filthy...I mean
    >> filthy cages with barely any toys and no wooden toys all
    >> plastic..there origanal owner was a older woman whom fell ill
    >> and passed Dec 2006. she left the birds to her kids but they
    >> didnt want them so here they are.. I am very excited to bring
    >> her home. thanks so much would love to hear more from you and
    >> your bird stories (:
    > Hiya Cheri!
    > Before you let them play together or interact much, I would
    > do a fecal exam on your Jenday, considering his previous owner's
    > conditions. Find a vet that does birds and call them. I live in
    > eastern NC and it only costed me $10 a fecal exam. That way
    > you'll find out if the Jenday has any fecal problems (parasites,
    > etc). Remember you have another bird and if your bird has any
    > parasites and the other bird steps in it's feces, the other bird
    > could get it. I don't want to scare you but it could happen,
    > especially considering the last bird's circumstances. Why don't
    > you visit my website and write me from there and take a look at
    > my pets. You can contact me persoanally from there and we can
    > exchange other personal info..
    > Anytime, Connie
    Hi Connie for some reason I can not get your site to come up?
    go ahead and email me (: