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Meet Bonny!!!

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Allyson
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Meet Bonny!!!

Post by Allyson » Mon May 27, 2013 12:26 am

:mrgreen: Hello, i got this girl today! She's about 5 years old and what i can tell, not tame (Going to work hard to change that, but would like some taming tips!)

The owner before me didn't like the noise...

Here is a few pictures! Can you tell me a bit about her color or what you see?:)

Also about food, i know what fruits they can and can't eat but would like to clarify (Don't trust google), can you make them like, a vegie mash? Just want to spoil this girl to bits!


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Like, warm oats and just water, no milk? (It's winter!)

Allyson
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Re: Meet Bonny!!!

Post by Allyson » Mon May 27, 2013 4:04 am

So earlier tonight me and my boyfriend tried hand feeding her grapes, she went to bite (Being an aviary bird) but to our surprise it didn't hurt, it was more of a friendly "lick"

Tonight i've accomplished a lot with her,

She is "stepping up" perfectly!

I have had her on my hand while i message her neck area/head and she doesn't mind it!

MissK
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Re: Meet Bonny!!!

Post by MissK » Mon May 27, 2013 6:17 am

Allyson, congratulations!

I think if you already know what you want to feed, then you are only limited by her preference in how you present the food and the amount of time you are going to leave the fresh food in the cage before if starts to spoil. My vet suggests put it in for a few hours and then pull it. Skip added salt, sugar, milk, etc.

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Skyes_crew
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Re: Meet Bonny!!!

Post by Skyes_crew » Mon May 27, 2013 11:26 am

She is a beauty! Congrats on your new baby :) if you search the forum for diet you will find lots of threads that have suggested fruits, veggies, seeds, pellets, grains, etc. as for her color...post a picture of her in the mutations genetics section and the experts over there will tell you what color she is :)
I am owned by my birds...and I wouldn't have it any other way :D

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Allyson
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Re: Meet Bonny!!!

Post by Allyson » Mon May 27, 2013 2:04 pm

Thanks! :) she is a real sweet heart! I'm so attached!

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