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LadyFlo

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Her name is Peaches, on the left. His name is Mango and he’s 4 years old. They are getting along so well that she is making a nest in our tea cupboard. Mango has started feeding her. We don’t want them to breed just yet. How might we prevent that? They generally have the run of the house, kitchen and living room. Separate cages tho. Thanks.
 

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They are adorable! And I love your profile pic - you are also adorable!

The tea cupboard...Lol! That's too cute.

Someone with much more knowledge on anti-breeding plans will surely be along soon..
 

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They are adorable! And I love your profile pic - you are also adorable!

The tea cupboard...Lol! That's too cute.

Someone with much more knowledge on anti-breeding plans will surely be along soon..
Thank you. And thank you from Mango & Peaches
 

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We don’t want them to breed just yet. How might we prevent that?
making a nest in our tea cupboard
No more access to the tea cupboad.
Block off any smaller spaces or nooks in your home to reduce the cavity seeking.

She is young at 7 months old, but she is of the age when they start seeking their life partners. I would invest in a set of dummy eggs ready for the time when eggs are laid so you can switch them out.
 

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No more access to the tea cupboad.
Block off any smaller spaces or nooks in your home to reduce the cavity seeking.

She is young at 7 months old, but she is of the age when they start seeking their life partners. I would invest in a set of dummy eggs ready for the time when eggs are laid so you can switch them out.
Thank you, Zara. And what do I do with the real eggs after switching?
 

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They're really cute!
 

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Gorgeous babies
 

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And what do I do with the real eggs after switching?
You can destroy those eggs as there is no life inside for the first few days regardless of whether they are fertilized.
 
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