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Old 01-23-2019, 07:15 PM
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Re: Looking for advice

Don't transport in the cage. They fall off perches things crash around, things can collapse...
I moved mine right to a new cage and she freaked!!! A quaker but still.. I think you can put the new next to the old one as soon as you like, but let them transfer on their own. Just give the new guy lots of patience as he adjusts to all the changes. There can be some acting out, don't hold that against him, or think oh no he is so different now that he's home. He might just need a bit to get the hang of you all. Or he could just jump in like he always lived with you
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