Maggie had taken quite a shine to me and now all of a sudden Popeye can't stand to have me out of his sight. So I have been sitting in my lazy boy chair which is between Popeye, Olive to the sides and in front of me and Popeye is Maggie. If Maggie starts to ask for any thing from me, Popeye wants the same. He hasn't become aggressive at all unless my husband is in the room. Which is his normal behavior as he hates men.
What do I do to make sure Popeye does't feel left out?
The attachment is of Maggie. Please don't yell at me for her feather condition or her over all lack of luster. As soon as I got her home I started working toward a better diet. If you all knew her diet you would DIE. I Almost Crapped my pants because I couldn't believe anyone would do this to their bird. It's worse then you can imagine so don't even try.
Harrisons has agreed to work with me and give me tips as I use some of their products, and I think it is the best way to go if I can get her to at the very least try them. She doesn't like a shower and I need to use the product they call rain on her and I fear trying that. Anyway between the diet change and the working on the feathers as they are now and trying to help heal them or at the least protect them from further damage. It's tough. If anyone has any other tips that might help her I am up for them?
I know that having all these aquariums is very good for her feathers as with out her even knowing it, it is putting moisture into her feathers, just like it helps my lungs and helps me not have to use my nebulizer as often.