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  1. poo clean up

    ekswhat's the best way to clean off clothing & furniture after it's been 'blessed' by the bired? Is Poopoff as good as it claims to be? I'm using kitchen roll & baby wipes & wearing old clothes but if there's any other methods you'd recommend I'd love to hear them. Or should I save up & buy...
  2. sharp claws

    Piper probably needs his claws trimming but as he's been with me for such a short time I thought it would be best to leave it for a little while. I'm waiting for a nail trimming perch to reach me & hopefully that will help, and I saw Roz's tutorial on how she worked with her bird to get this...
  3. best way to get a new bird clean

    Piper the caique has been here 5 days and is eating everything he's been given so far except red pepper:) He now has a slightly sticky beak & the feathers around it also look a bit grubby. He hasn't tried to dunk his face in the water bowl or try to clean as far as I've seen. So would it be...
  4. calling all the time

    my caique has been here for about a day and a half. He is calling loudly practically all the time. He's come out of the cage and sat on my hand without any prompting, even fell asleep on my arm this afternoon. I'm just worried that he is distressed even if he's not showing any signs of fear...
  5. a new bird has just come home

    hello, I've just got back with my caique and put her into her cage. She went in quite easily. I've put the cover on, leaving the front panel raised but put it so that it hides a couple of perches out of sight. She has water & the food that the breeder has been feeding her - seeds and some...
  6. about cages

    hello I'm researching cages for a caique at the moment & have been reading old threads. I've had a look in Amazon & they have cages by Yaheetech - has anyone one tried them? They have good Amazon reviews. I want to get the biggest cage I can but do have a limit on what I can spend:( Any...
  7. travelling with caiques

    hi everyone, I've been looking to buy a caique as I have a lot of free time to spend with one. The problem is I live in east central Scotland and the birds for sale are in England. Also I'd have to travel by train because I don't drive. Has anyone any advice about travelling with birds this...
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