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Kayce wrote: > > I am moving from WA to IL in a few weeks and have heard that > parrots > > don't travel well. I also know that the place I am moving to is a > > VERY small house (with ZERO extra room for a huge cage) and also > that > > it will only be temporary. > > I honestly don't know how much more I will be moving. > > > > > > Hello Mat, > I am a little late getting a message to you, but I can tell you that I > have moved A LOT with my birds and they always do fine. If you have a > good travel cage with food and water, take them out ever once in a > while to let them know that you are still there, (I put my birds up > front and we all sing together LOL). If you don't think you will have > room and don't want to put the effort into it, then find someone to > take him..I'm looking for a Nanday for my husband. =) > Seriously though, if you don't want to give him up, as long as you > will work with him and reassure him that you are there, it should > work. You might want to try taking him for short rides and see how he > does. Pleas let me know how things go. KDC77USAF@att.net > > Kayce
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