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Discussion in 'Behavior Byway' started by Brittany0208, 8/4/18.

  1. Brittany0208

    Brittany0208 Rollerblading along the road Mayor of the Avenue I Can't Stop Posting!

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    I've figured out why Java didn't want to leave his cage for a few days. He wasn't getting enough sleep! Last night, I covered more of his cage so he couldn't peek through but also had plenty of ventilation, and I switched the blue led light for a plug-in night light that I had used before but stopped to experiment. He only chattered for about two minutes in the middle of the night, but I didn't respond and he quieted down.
    This morning, he's chatty, excited about being let out, and interested in his food again. This is such a huge relief and a learning opportunity, so I know what I have to do at bedtime. Thank you all for getting me through this and offering great advice. I'm so thankful he's back to himself again. :heart::heart::heart:
     
  2. JLcribber

    JLcribber Joyriding the Neighborhood Celebirdy of the Month Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Spotlight Award Avenue Veteran Shutterbugs' Best

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    Why does he need any light? You might want to try a dark experiment.
     
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  3. Brittany0208

    Brittany0208 Rollerblading along the road Mayor of the Avenue I Can't Stop Posting!

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    In the beginning he didn't have a night light and frequently flailed around and would fall off his perch. Once I put on a night light, he stopped freaking out at night and rarely fell anymore.
     
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