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covering cage at night #382423 09/02/09 12:17 PM
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i had always useda thin blanket to cover my birds cage every night and winter is coming up. should i give my bird a thicker towel? i have an old house and it is usually 60-65 degrees in the house.


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Re: covering cage at night [Re: peepers14] #382432 09/02/09 01:02 PM
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I think I would to help cut down on drafts.

Re: covering cage at night [Re: ] #382562 09/03/09 11:36 AM
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thanks


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Re: covering cage at night [Re: peepers14] #382563 09/03/09 12:14 PM
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I would too. Actually, I DO use a thicker cover in the winter smile




Re: covering cage at night [Re: kksuns] #382567 09/03/09 01:48 PM
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I started out covering them with a thin sheet then I realized I had to have something thicker, especially in the Summer. As soon as the sun came up everyday I was hearing keet calls. It was like they were saying, "Mama...mama...Its morning...time to play...mama..." We're in an apartment so even though they were in the other room, it was waking me up WAY too early every morning.

Re: covering cage at night [Re: Sherby'sMom] #382613 09/03/09 10:57 PM
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LOL Sherby's mom!! Yeah, the cover I have doesn't let much light in but my top flap (to go over the bungalow) needs to be bigger. Sometimes I get it so it covers enough but if not, they are chirping way too early too. I normally walk over and throw a heavier blanket over that part and they go back to sleep. They're like, "Oh, wait, it got darker again. Maybe the moon was just bright for a minute. No matter, we shall sleep some more."

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huge LOOL to both sherby's mom and C-mom.

I cover my little guys up at night and they run to the top of the swing and hide.
I'm like, "Get down from there! You little silly heads!" and they're like, "Mm. Okay! -hops down-... -waits 2 seconds for the mean lady to go away- -hops back up on perch and tells Dixie to be a showoff-...", then I come back 3 minutes later, "Dixie and Missy! You both, down".
"No!! -bites- haha! you can't bite us!"
"No I can't but I sure can cover you up!!"
"Aww man! :("
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