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Birdie mash

1 bag of fresh baby mixed veggies (baby corn, baby zucchini, and snow peas), lovingly minced into itty bitty pieces, $2.99

1 bag of cooked grains, rices, pastas and lentils, lovingly cooked to perfect aldente and mixed with chopped veggies, $3.49

The look on your face when you bang your hand on the cage door and drop the ever loving stuff all over the floor...

PRICELESS!!
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Oh my gosh! I'd of laughed and cried!

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Luckily it was just a small amount, I was putting it in my parrotlet cage... I just robbed the other birds for a little of theirs...lol
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Too funny!! Don't you HATE that?!?!


And God said, "...let birds fly above the earth across the expanse of the sky." And God saw that it was good.
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Been there, done that!!!!! Also what about forgetting to remove the bowl of water from the top of the cage just as you lift the cage from its stand to clean it....
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Been there, done that!!!!! Also what about forgetting to remove the bowl of water from the top of the cage just as you lift the cage from its stand to clean it....
Nope never done that one, but that's just cuz all my cages are HQ flight cages and too big to lift off for cleaning.
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LOL - I hate it when one of the birds (usually the grays or the LSC), in their freed and selfishness, grab the plate and drag it over to where they are and they miscalculate and the whole thing ends up on the floor!
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LOL - I hate it when one of the birds (usually the grays or the LSC), in their freed and selfishness, grab the plate and drag it over to where they are and they miscalculate and the whole thing ends up on the floor!
One of my lovebirds does that... Another thing he/she loves to do is to lift the cup or plate with his beak and rattle the whole thing, causing the food to jump all over the place. I still don't know why he does that...
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