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Date Posted: 15:26:10 03/17/10 Wed
Author: Laurie
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Subject: Re: Are Buttons Suitable?
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: Are Buttons Suitable?" on 11:37:24 03/17/10 Wed

Thanks for the input! I've kept flightless pigeons in there most recently, but it was once a rabbit hutch and is on legs. I put a plywood floor over the wire & just left the wire under thier perch for droppings, but its easy enough to cover up the wire. Its definately snake proof with 1/4" wire in the outdoor "run" area. I've heard about them jumping up (boinking) when startled and can cushion the cieling if necessary. I just didn't think it would be wise to get a bird that was extremely timid since there would be people looking and talking and walking about nearby most of the day. Any other advice?

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