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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-06-2013, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
 
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I think that Alley is gaining some trust over her fear because when i come to her cage calmly then she only takes a few steps away and she does not fly of yelling and screaming. do you think that it is a good sign. kind regards bird boy
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Sounds like a very good sign to me... Congrats!
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She's beginning to trust you, because she notices that she has found a loving and caring home where nobody is doing her a harm.
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Sounds good to me! I found that with my Indian ringneck, Echo, she calmed down when I didn't look at her when I walked past the cage. Obviously as prey animals they don't like being stared at, so I started to walk past and look the other way. She thought I was ignoring her and eventually she wouldn't budge at all and I was able to talk to her through the bars
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