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That's beautiful!! Is it made by KingCage? I'm glad you got a white one. Mine is green, I wanted Stevie Ray to think he was in a tree - LOL But it shows the white dander too much.
 

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Originally posted by 3Maltmom@Aug 31 2005, 12:40 PM
That's beautiful!!  Is it made by KingCage?  I'm glad you got a white one.  Mine is green, I wanted Stevie Ray to think he was in a tree - LOL  But it shows the white dander too much.
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thanks 3 malt and [email protected] its a light tan i figured to go with my living room , debbie your bird is just gorgeous! ~ Denise
oh i am sorry i almost forgot lucky we got that edit button lol its not a kings cage belive or not a got this one for 198.00 i jumped on it
 

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$198!!! What a bargain!! I'm gonna have to check out ebay. I'm looking for a second cage for my bedroom. Stevie's room is also the guest room, but he doesn't like strangers sleeping in his room, his toenails clink around the cage all nite and no one can sleep. So I sleep with him when we have company. He likes that. He does dream and make little noises while he's sleeping though. It doesn't bother me, little Joplin snores like a sailor!!
 

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Originally posted by 3Maltmom@Aug 31 2005, 01:30 PM
$198!!!  What a bargain!!  I'm gonna have to check out ebay.  I'm looking for a second cage for my bedroom.  Stevie's room is also the guest room, but he doesn't like strangers sleeping in his room, his toenails clink around the cage all nite and no one can sleep.  So I sleep with him when we have company.  He likes that.  He does dream and make little noises while he's sleeping though.  It doesn't bother me, little Joplin snores like a sailor!!
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i was just trying to figure out how to send you the page but if u look under bird cages you will fing it , it is a victorian style 32x24 cage
 

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Pretty cage...are you going to leave it in front of the window? I know nothing about birds but I would think they would like to look out.
 

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Good point, Betty. I keep mine in front of a large window, with one side of the drapes closed. This way he has shade or sunshine. The sun can get hot beaming thru the window. This way he has a choice. You don't want them to cook. Also, he can hide if other birds are outside that frighten him.
 

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you know those large midwest cages? i actually bought a cheaper version at The Bird Bungalow, in canyon country, CA for ONLY $60!! isnt that crazy? but then our first parakeet killed the second parakeet----so we only have that one parakeet by herself in the cage.
shes psycho
 

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That's a great cage! I haven't had birds in years, but I would love to again one day


Like dr.cathy, one of my birds killed the other
I haven't even thought about that in years
 

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Wow that is a beautiful cage. Your bird should be very happy in there. Plenty of room for him to spread his wings.
When I had my Sulphur Crest he spent most of his life on the outside of his cage and mainly used it for sleeping at night and when I wasn't home. I also had a t-stand the he used to perch on.
3Maltmom my bird used to talk in his sleep. We would cover him at night and he would chatter away in there and chuckle to himself, he was such a character.
He also loved playing with my Burmese cats and Doberman, they were all the very best of friends.

Here are a couple of pictures of Ned and the Cats
 

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Originally posted by Scoobydoo@Aug 31 2005, 06:00 PM
Wow that is a beautiful cage. Your bird should be very happy in there. Plenty of room for him to spread his wings.
When I had my Sulphur Crest he spent most of his life on the outside of his cage and mainly used it for sleeping at night and when I wasn't home. I also had a t-stand the he used to perch on.
3Maltmom my bird used to talk in his sleep. We would cover him at night and he would chatter away in there and chuckle to himself, he was such a character.
He also loved playing with my Burmese cats and Doberman, they were all the very best of friends.

Here are a couple of pictures of Ned and the Cats
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OMG!! That picture of the bird eating with the cats... that is totally priceless....all of the pics are just incredible... !!!
 

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Janet, those are totally awesome pics. I love the huge feet on these guys. Mine will hold a half of a peanut butter sandwich, it's too cute. He gets peanut butter stuck all over his beak. Looks like a little kid. He'll sit on the table while I eat and pick off my plate.

I, too, LOVE the pic of yours eating with the cat.

Sorry to those who have lost your feathered friends.

Debbie
 

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Thanks, those are rather old pictures but are precious to me, I have many fond memories of the wonderful times I had with my feathered and furry friends.
Ned, the cockatoo, was actually tasting my fig jam that I had just made, hence the spoon he was holding. He used to love being the taster of my culinary delights.
Those two cats loved that bird and the three of them were always together.
I have many good pictures of Ned and the kids, skin kids, together too as he was just such a beautiful natured bird and he talked all the time and he used to know the two kids by name and always called me mum. They are truly amazing and I know anyone who has one as a friend has a very loyal and loving companion.
 

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Originally posted by Denise&Chico@Aug 31 2005, 07:44 PM
awwwwwwww Thank you Janet for such a beautiful post i am so looking forward to getting my grey
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You are welcome Denise, you will have years of totally amazing and entertaining fun with your grey. There is something about having a bird that can talk to you, and they are so loving too, as you become their mom when you raise them from a very young age. Ned was like a baby when I first got him and I had to hand feed him and he was such a joy to us all.
 

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awwwwwwww Thank you Janet for such a beautiful post i am so looking forward to getting my grey
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You are welcome Denise, you will have years of totally amazing and entertaining fun with your grey. There is something about having a bird that can talk to you, and they are so loving too, as you become their mom when you raise them from a very young age. Ned was like a baby when I first got him and I had to hand feed him and he was such a joy to us all.
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aww janet , thank you
 

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Janet, love those pictures of your bird and cats!
 
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