- Nov 2, 2022
Today I came home from school and checked up on my parrot outside and saw that the door was open he and was not in his cage. I looked straight and saw him sitting on a rose plant, and I'm really thankful that he hadn't flown any further. He is safe now, but I only realized 2 minutes later to how bad this was and could've been. The reason to him escaping is because the cage is cheap and not reliable. Next time I will use a pad lock and wait for the new higher quality cage to arrive with a lock on the door. I really don't want this to happen again so I would like to prevent it at all costs. Does anyone have any advice for me to stop this from happening again? Also, my parrot doesn't trust anyone else's hands besides mine and I would really like him to do so. Does anyone have advice for this as well?