I don't know how you are able to not take them all home after bonding with them! Thanks for sharing!:yesnod:
I don't usually cry because I'm just so happy to see them go to loving homes, but I do on occasion. We had a pair of Caiques, brothers, who were inseparable. Someone came in and bought the more outgoing one, I'd named him Caesar. Plato, the more shy brother, was so depressed for a few days... then the woman came in and bought Plato too! :biggrin5: I was so happy I was crying like a dork! She even kept the pet-names I had given them! :lovehearts: It's things like that which make me love my job! The best part is, since we do groomings as well, I get to see nearly all my 'babies' every 2-3 months too!Great pics..I hope you continue to share with any new fids to your store. I couldn't work there, I would want every one and cry when they were sold
Actually, I'm studying to be a high-school teacher :lol: I'm going to teach social studies, so history, economics, politics, psychology, etc. I looked into working in Avian Behavior but... then I wouldn't make any money so I couldn't support my fids and my eventual family. Now, if the boyfriend gets a good paying job, I plan to go into breeding and behavior then :rofl: For now, it's more fun to have my birds as a hobby and work at the pet shop for my fixAdorable birds Jenny. I don't have any idea where you get all your energy What are you studying at university, vet maybe? :biggrin5: You'd sure make a great one and hey they sure make lots of money :yesnod:
Well, a woman came in interested in him and he jumped up on her shoulder, cuddled up into her neck under her hair, and started making that happy little noise while playing with her hair :lovehearts: It was love at first sight for both! That's a perfect example of why i really love my job! Those are the moments I live for!Great videos, but I swear the moustache baby is the cutest ever.
How do you manage to separate from that little bird.