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Date Posted: 09:31:05 08/18/10 Wed
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: New noises from little Shy
In reply to: Heidi Eli 's message, "Re: New noises from little Shy" on 21:10:48 08/17/10 Tue

It's true, as Diane said, he's calling for a mate... and I meant to include that in my answer and forgot. (early alzheimer's, I guess!) But, in my opinion, he is not going to suffer if he lives alone. There are a number of people who have only one button. We have several male buttons living alone (mainly because they peck whoever we try to partner them with). I wouldn't worry about him. However, over time he could become more tame and let you hold him. Try the meal worm trick, if you're interested in that.

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