I have a 3 month old peach face. First day, I let him/her socialize with my family. It likes to dance to music. Trained it to step up. Let’s me pet its head, chest, and back. Sits and chills on the shoulder/anywhere. Since its still very young it will use its beak to help catch on then step up. Second day, steps up without me commanding. I just let my finger out. Starts talking to me, wags its tail (Happy) Explore and gets into hiding spots. Licks my fingers when it is thirsty, doesn’t know how to drink out of its cup yet. I have been putting drops onto my finger to feed it water and hand feed food to get comfortable with human contact. Third day, this morning, attempt to get the bird out, did not screech but chirped a couple of times and sat on my finger. Jerked its head around, ready to play and explore again. Tail wags, starts talking. Love my bird! They are very sweet solo, having a partner will make them more feisty as they are more in contact with their partner instead of humans. My friends had 3 more young ones and I chose this specific one since it was a month old. I notice it was much more calm than the others. It also showed me more affection by snuggling in my neck whilst the other 3 would only huddle together. Got myself a lucky one! Enjoy your love bird! They’re so sweet and adventurous.
- The horror of "Foie gras" pate: The following is a quotefrom the PETA website, explaining how Foie gras is obtained: "Foie gras is produced by force-feeding ducks and geese. A long, inflexible pipe is shoved down their throats three times a
day and several pounds of feed are pumped into their stomachs, causing their livers to become diseased and swollen. Many experience severely lacerated necks and ruptured internal organs because of the intense pressure and extremely rough handling. The stress and pain often result in the birds being unable to walk and having to resort to moving themselves over the wire cage floors by pushing with their wings". I say we can all live without Foie gras! Let's never be partners in thiskind of crime!
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