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Date Posted: 22:07:43 06/25/08 Wed
Author: Ursula
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Subject: Re: Am about fed up with this!
In reply to: Saraa 's message, "Re: Am about fed up with this!" on 16:56:04 06/25/08 Wed

Can you maybe separate them so they can still see each other? I guess that way they wouldn't feel lonely. Mayne you can put in some sort of cage divider?
Maybe the aggressive one is also just a little more outgoing and active and the other one doesn't respond to it so she gets chased around. If they are next to each other divided by a screen or cage wall, your quieter one still wouldn't be lonely, and the other one could also get the contact without having to chase the other one...

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