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Date Posted: 11:37:24 03/17/10 Wed
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Are Buttons Suitable?
In reply to: Laurie 's message, "Are Buttons Suitable?" on 15:15:19 03/16/10 Tue

Hi Laurie,

I'm not quite sure how to answer this question. First, what is the base of the hutch? Buttons would need a solid base with bedding, such as pine mulch. They would not be able to handle wire. Second, the sides and top would need to be made of a material that would prevent snakes, etc. from being able to enter, as well as keeping the buttons from escaping. When I walk into our bird room, some of the birds stop what they are doing and are still; some will try to hide; others will continue going about their business. I think, if people didn't poke at them or peck on the cage, they wouldn't be bothered too much. Hope everything works out for you!

Any other takers on this question?

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