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someone is taking the video to show others what to watch out out for 1 33.33%
the person taking the video has no heart because their first instinct when their bird is dying is to grab a video camera 2 66.67%
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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-29-2011, 11:15 AM Thread Starter


 
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how do you see this?

so i am on youtube and found this video of someone tanking a video of their tiel dying. vote!

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its hard to make a judgement call. i mean, they may seem heartless to some, but they may have intended to help others out with the video to show the symptoms... i dont know. it is a good reference to show someone whos bird may be sick what to listen for in regards to breathing.



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I don't think the bird was ever dying in the first place i seen the video before. I think the panting is from flying.

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the clicking is not normal for panting.



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I really cant chose one I mean the person cares about his/her tiel because he really cares about others tiels enough to show a video of his tiel going through pain and showing the symptoms so other people/tiels dont have to suffer like these people,birds did.
But then again I'd rather take the poor thing to a vets then to take a video
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heh the odd thing is that all the videos on this channel isif the same birds dying....

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heh the odd thing is that all the videos on this channel isif the same birds dying....
I honesty think it was just for view counts :\

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really?! then that person has no soul - doing this just for a few viewers

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The breathings not right but dying birds dont play with toys!

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ive seen this before.. i think it was for information rather than cruelty.. but still i would never do that.. if my bird was dying i would rather be holding her,, rather than a camera.


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I can't watch it, but it says this on their page:

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I watched my cockatiel die and so I am letting people know what it looked like before it happened and to be aware of the signs. So hopefully this will help someone!
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I dont think its dying!
It didnt keel over, or keep still. Or close its eyes.
This person is an idiot!

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I can't watch it, but it says this on their page:
yes but i think it if quite obvious that something is wrong so you wouldnt need to film it. i would hold the bird or call the vet.

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sometimes its good to record a certain behaviour. i take photos of my birds droppings if theres a change or if somethings up, and i take photos of health issues and in some cases i do a video as well. why? because its a good reference for other people who dont know what they are looking for and it can help someone else. or even have the record for yourself to compare in the future to see if theres a change or if there is a similar situation that i need to see if its a recurring problem or such. this person could have been trying this, however, we dont know for sure. its not our place to judge.


also its a good idea to record stuff through photos and video, because we all know how birds hide illness. they often hide illness in new environments as well and may not show all the symptoms at the vets. it gives something to show the vet as well and help with a diagnosis and treatment.



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I couldn't see it because on my iPod links don't show up but I've seen it now. I'm not entirely sure. I mean the owner said that they were doing it to show others signs etc but I still don't think its right. Surely they would take him/her to a vet, unless they already had done...

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