Just look at him sitting up there so proudly - King of All He Surveys! Oh I hope you can get some video of him having a good screech, I do love hearing his voice!
Awww! Something about those toy hangers. Baxter had one on her old cage, and it was her favorite spot as well. She'd sit there, turn circles, and jabber away. And of course, seemed to take great delight in sliding down it like a fireman's pole
Well, dang. I'm late to this party, but happy I found it. I just followed those Alexandrine honks...
I'm the adoptive mom of a Xander. Let's join forces and conquer the world!
Good luck, man! I feel you. I start stressing a full week before vet visits. There will be wailing and gnashing of beaks! Travel crate training is going oh so slowwwwwwwI am gearing up for attempting to capture Cotton to go to the vet...... deep breath, deep breath, project CALMMMMMMMM
I'm hoping by next year's visit it might be a possibility hahaTravel crate training is going oh so slowwwwwww
That tail feather looks very preened.Cotton tested negative for the big baddies and this is now his second negative Chlamydia test so the antibiotic courses did the work and he won't have chronic issues!
In bigger news, today Cotton went into his cage on request (the routine used to be putting a tiny walnut piece in his treat bowl and saying it was time for bed but he's avoided his cage if I'm in the room for several weeks now) and took walnuts from me a few times in a row.
We aren't back to the level we achieved but it's a step forward from where we have been since Cage Debacle Day.
He's now down to one tail feather and even though I took a lot out of his cage, I can't move his transit path much and you can see why he isn't a fan
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