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Discussion in 'Birds - all breeds / types' started by jesl, Jun 7, 2005.

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  1. jesl

    jesl New Member

    A friend of mine received a cockatil that was treat VERY poorly by her first owner. We have concluded that this is the cause for her erratic disfunctional behavior. Long story short I am trying to figure out what to do with Pedro. Her environment that she lives in is just no good how do we get rid of her. It has gotten so bad that we have discussed killing her. Which neither of us want to do.(I really don't Pedro's owner could ever really kil her) This bird owner relationship is just not working please suggest anything we are all ears
  2. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    How about turning her over to a rescue. If you don't have the time to work on correcting her behavior then maybe you should turn her over to someone who can.
  3. charmedagain

    charmedagain New Member

    Firstly if this is not a joke then threatening to kill a defencless animal then this is wrong and imoral..
    This is the reason everyone on these boards say before getting any pet make sure it fits in with your lifestyle.

    Secondly cockatiels do not have disfunctional behaviour they are very bright and eager to please and learn.

    Thirdly why does Pedro no longer fit into this enviroment, What sort of behaviour we talking about all behaviour problems can be corrected with time and patience.

    If you no longer wish to keep the bird contact your local bird or animal shelter and ask them for help they will usually come and pick the bird up from you.

    If she was treat poorly by her previous owner then the animal control officer should have been called and he would have gone checked everything over and removed the bird.

    Since your friend has taken the bird then he/she will have to try and sort this out by contacting breeders, vets offices, animal control places like that see if they have any advice.

  4. drab911

    drab911 New Member

    do ANYTHING but even talk about killling it!! phsyco
  5. soldier4jesus209

    soldier4jesus209 New Member

    lez say if lez zay u had a brother n u didnt have tym for him no more u would kill him dont even think about killin a cockatiel
    ok do anything except dat!!!!!!
  6. plumb03

    plumb03 New Member

    hey maybe do some research on the computer and look for a bird trainer at a reasonable cost and if nothing changes talk to some rescue groups for help or suggestion and one more thing whatever you do don't kill it. trust me i know how you fell i have two budgies and two finches and in the morning i just want to take thier cage and throw it out the window but i don't i just leave the room to cool off instead [-X
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