Unless you're a temperamental Tranny named Sherbie. Cuddles first and then we play nasty.Boys tend to be cuddly!
Also keep in mind some of us overstate the negative. I mean, it's easy to love them when they are on their best behavior. If it were so simple we could just call it "The Good About ______" and leave it at that, and everyone could get a parrot!Im new to owning birds and my first choice was a lovebird, he/she arrives in two days. I've been reading this thread and now im becoming a little paranoid about owning a lovebird are they really this violent? Are the males this way?
I told Peanut she had an admirer.Speaking of which, he got all hot and bothered for Peanut earlier. I had to scoop him up and away from my laptop screen.
Welcome to the world of lovebirds! It could be that, or it may be that he wants to interact, or he may not like his perches. Depends on the context!I just got a lovebird, on the 15th. He, well guessing he's a he, is always on the side of his cage. Is it just because he isn't used to his new home?