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kate_katlover July 17th, 2005 11:03 AM

Parrolet
 
Does anyone know of a breeder who breeds 'parrolets?'

Thanks

BMDLuver July 17th, 2005 11:16 AM

Are you looking for one for yourself? If so, it can be quite a challenge to have cats, kittens and small birds existing together. There have been many incidents of cats doing away with the family bird. Just a caution. :)

kate_katlover July 18th, 2005 09:46 AM

Not to worry..
 
Hi,

I actually have 1 declawed cat who spends most of her time outdoors. Needless to say she finds the bird 'boring' and dosn't bother it. She is 8 years old so she also lost kind of that playfulness.(Still never take them out at the same time for precaution)

When I foster cats(don't have any now) they all stay upstairs(the are 4 large rooms uphere so it makes it almost the size of a small apartement.) Downstairs(living room) is where I keep my birds.

Thanks for the concern though! :thumbs up

Lucky Rescue July 18th, 2005 10:22 AM

Declawed cats should never be outside unsupervised. Ever.

JessXx November 9th, 2005 07:11 PM

Hi,
YES, DE-CLAWED CATS SHOULD NEVER BE OUTSIDE ALONE EVER!!!!!!

I have a cat and 2 birds (and dogs, and a lot of other pets)
My cat is afraid of my one bird, and uninterested in the other bird.
But I dont suggest getting a bird from the breeder, go to a parrot/bird rescue...

Puppyluv November 9th, 2005 08:18 PM

[QUOTE=kate_katlover]Hi,

I actually have 1 declawed cat who spends most of her time outdoors. [/QUOTE]
:eek: What is a declawed cat doing outside?!?!?! Bring her in now!!!!

papillonmama November 10th, 2005 05:45 PM

I have two cats and two budgies as well as dogs. I just built a special shelf for the birds where my cats couldn't access.
I have no idea about breeders though:sorry:

kate_katlover November 12th, 2005 08:33 PM

Even though this thread is old it seems to have gotten some recent posts. My cat who goes outside 1)has her back claws, 2) It is an enclosed area nothing can come in/get out 3) We watch her if on an occasion let her out past our premises(which is rare).. and she only goes out in the summer.


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