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8/17/2015 4:05:57 PM Another group pic.  

kclady49
Over 1,000 Posts (1,056)
Kansas City, MO
47, joined Jun. 2014


I was going to post this in my other thread but I noticed it is closed to new posts.


I love my birds. To the person that likes to preach birds should be free and not prisoners I agree butthe same speech applies to all pets even dogs. Us humans took dogs out of the wild thousands of years ago and domesticated them, bred them to out purposes. But yes if I thought my little lovelies could live and survive in the wild I would set them free for I love them that much but sadly most parakeets die when set free. They are not meant for our climate. So if they have to be in captivity better them be with someone that will take good care of them and genuinely love them. I do the best I can to give them a good life. Most of these birds were very ill when I purchased them.I nursed them back to health and paid their vet bills. I do all I can to keep them healthy and happy. They do not have lice or mites. They are super healthy







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8/17/2015 6:09:27 PM Another group pic.  
msreesi
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Stout, OH
53, joined Jul. 2014


They are so beautiful, KC. Obviously very well kept and loved.

Please don't let anyone ruffle your feathers (no pun intended) about them being "caged". They are captivity bred, and would not be able to live outside. Besides, their cage looks plenty big enough.

I can just imagine their sounds when you play music, or have the TV on. I know my little guy has certain songs and theme songs he likes. He's also been trying to imitate a whip-poor-will. He does pretty good. He has it down well enough that you can tell what he's mimicking. lol

8/22/2015 3:00:26 PM Another group pic.  

kclady49
Over 1,000 Posts (1,056)
Kansas City, MO
47, joined Jun. 2014


The blue female lower right imitated my whistle for the first time it was so cute. They sing super loud to my radio alarm or whenever I visit with them. It's kinda embarrassing for I can hear them from outside my apt. Lol

9/6/2015 3:56:13 PM Another group pic.  
here4foromsonly
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Cincinnati, OH
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Very pretty

9/6/2015 4:08:22 PM Another group pic.  
msreesi
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Stout, OH
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Quote from kclady49:
The blue female lower right imitated my whistle for the first time it was so cute. They sing super loud to my radio alarm or whenever I visit with them. It's kinda embarrassing for I can hear them from outside my apt. Lol



Never be embarrassed, be proud, because they are showing how happy they are.

Quote from here4foromsonly:
Very pretty



Agreed! They are gorgeous. I love them all, but really love the color on that little green male with the yellow head (top right).

9/27/2015 1:54:15 PM Another group pic.  

wineandroses2
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Middleport, OH
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Beautiful.

10/5/2015 8:53:49 AM Another group pic.  

dances_in_woods
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Henderson, TX
50, joined Mar. 2011


I love that white one esp...& the one clinging on back of cage. Pretty colors

10/13/2015 3:25:06 PM Another group pic.  

kclady49
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Kansas City, MO
47, joined Jun. 2014


Quote from msreesi:
Agreed! They are gorgeous. I love them all, but really love the color on that little green male with the yellow head (top right).
. His name is rainbow rob. He has yellow face tail and wings his body is kinda Aqua or tourquise he has navy blue patches on his shoulders his rump is a bright green like a light signal. Does not show in the pick but he is a colorful little guy.