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Date Posted: 08:25:45 04/26/10 Mon
Author: Rhonda
Author Host/IP: 71.54.17.26
Subject: Re: Healthly Quail
In reply to: Zadiel 's message, "Re: Healthly Quail" on 23:58:33 04/25/10 Sun

Yes, I believe Zadiel is right on both counts. The poop is much easier to clean off if you catch it early. Once it builds up to a big glob, it is difficult. A warm, wet paper towel wrapped around the feet can help soften it. And a clean cage ensures that the bird isn't walking around in it. Both are time-consuming tasks and part of being a bird owner.

I've never heard of any illness that can be transmitted from a button to a human.

It's nice that you have such a tame bird!

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