Rollerblading along the road
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maybe there could be a train
I have a, when she wants to be, very loud IRN. Also 2 budgies and a cockatiel that can be just a loud surprisingly and it doesn't bother me.I wouldn't fly her either, I don't trust people to handle her properly. Shes a special lady and I was hoping someone special would take her
Thanks, and I don't think Pipper is interested in a female cage mate, even after eventually being tamed, so I had to ask. Good news is my taming is increasingly having an effect on her wildness as she is now starting to show interest in my voice when I speak. It's also why I keep an empty big cage around, just in case, when I do have a suitable male IRN.Kiwi is DNA tested female.I don't think she would care for a cage mate, she is very territorial as I gather most IRNs are
Thanks for the heads up.You might find that if she does have a "mate", it will replace you. That doesn't happen 100% of the time but its common.
A few have contacted me but I didn't feel it was a good fit. They are very spoiled birds. I need someone with experience plus be able to spend a ton of time around them. I know people have to work and not everyone has the luxury of spending a lot of time at home, I understand that. My being a designated care giver in the family will not change any time soon. I will keep them until I find someone. It seems a lot more difficult that imagined, everyone seems to want "babies", Both Kiwi and Nelson are still very young but old enough to know what type of personalities they have.I'm sorry you still haven't found them homes. They're both so adorable.