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PaulaF
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 5:14 am    Post subject: New kakariki Mum

Hey guys, I'm new on here. Became the proud owner of a three month old female handreared green kak three days ago.
I've kept a lovebird, a budgie and cockateils in the past. (All tamed by myself) I work in a petshop so animals are my passion.
I'm actually off work with a back injury at the moment so I have lots of time to spend with the new addition who I've named Pip.
Any hints or tips for me to help her settle and form a close bond with me.

Thanks in advance.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:09 am    Post subject:

Make use of the "quick search" block on the left
Words like taming diet apple cider

And keep in mind kakariki have evolved in a very unique isolated environment.. no mammals they are quite different to most other species in diet personality, even how they walk across a cage roof, and feed.

The generally dont tame down to a cuddly soft toy like most pets, but one tends to co habit with a good friend....and compared to other species are hypo, active all the time.

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