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Message #2672. This is a followup to #2662.

Name:(No name)
Date:Thursday February 17, 2005 6:20:14 pm MST
Subject:Re: leaving birds home alone
Message:Hi Janice,
Leaving them alone for one night should be fine. A few things to ensure a comfortable time for them would be to leave them with toys they like for stimulation, maybe leave a TV on during the day (only if you have one that will turn on then off on a programmed time), and making sure they have plenty of food and water. Since they do tend to tip the cups sometimes, putting more bowls in the cage wouldn't hurt, maybe a bowl on the bottom they can't tip, and the droppings wouldn't fall into because of a perch above it.

Good Luck!
Nicole
www.finecreations.net


Janice wrote:
> Hi, I have recently inherited a Nanday and 2 keets. The Nanday
> (Scotty) is about 18 years old, and the keets 12 and 3. I need to go
> see a friend who has had a stroke in Philly, I am in NY. My question
> is would it be ok to leave them alone for 1 night? I would leave a
> timer on the lights. I have never had birds before and am a bit
> overwhelmed. Thanks to everyone who replies. Janice

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