to add to all those who already replied ANY bird can be sweet That
is IF YOU take the time to put into it and teach it.
From the sounds of things though you are feeling lonely and just
want something for entertaining you for right now until you start
dating again and find another Mrs.
Than when you do that the bird will be posted needing a home cause
you are getting married and the new Mrs does not like it or you
all are expecting a baby and like so many other people who have NO
clue you all think that with a baby that means you can not have a pet
Do your self a favor get a pet rock
or a stuffed pet They have robot pet birds that actually talk to
you. best of all no food vet or toys or any other costs
On 9/19/09, Agree wrote:
> 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