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Date Posted: 21:24:22 05/18/10 Tue
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Rehoming my 2 buttons
In reply to: Kristin 's message, "Re: Rehoming my 2 buttons" on 19:38:04 05/18/10 Tue

After Fred's feathers grow back in, you can try him with another female. I wouldn't put him in with any other button until he's fully feathered. He will be ok alone, although he may call out for a mate. It wouldn't be in his best interest, though, until he's healed. Ginger most likely will not be happy with any other bird in her cage! We have several males that are in there own separate cages, three are alone because they plucked their mates' feathers. Then we have three sisters who have lived together peaceably since hatching. You just never know!

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