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Date Posted: 12:10:36 06/24/08 Tue
Author: Saraa
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Subject: Am about fed up with this!

I'm really getting irritated. If I can't find some sort of solution, this bird is going to have to go!

I don't know why but the bigger quail (I have 2 females) is always chasing and pecking at the littler one. It's only just started to be EVERY day at the SAME time. Normally it was for a few minutes after feeding or changing water or doing anything in their cage. But now it is ALL the time.

What can I do?? I don't want to have to seperate them. That's defeating the purpose why I gave my little one a friend in the first place. But she's NOT being friendly anymore. They use to be cute and cuddle together.

What happened?? If I'm going to have to split them up, I might as well give her to someone who wants just one because this one is obviously not capable of being around other buttons. Unless there is something I'm missing.

I've tried splitting them up temporarily and putting them back together and that didn't work, either. She isn't actually hurting the littler one, I don't think, but you can definately see on her tail feathers where she's been nipped. Does this hurt her?? I'm so worried!

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