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Old 09-13-2016, 11:23 PM   #111
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Getting out of cage

My parrotlet lifts the door on her cage by herself. Is this a sign she wants out of the cage? Lol
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Old 09-14-2016, 02:50 AM   #112
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My parrotlet lifts the door on her cage by herself. Is this a sign she wants out of the cage? Lol
Haha! Yes it might be. I have little ropes on the outside of my cages, this way I can open the door and if they want to come out they can do so without having to get on my hand. Only an issue with one of my Birds, he hates hands. Could be a good way to get her comfortable!
Is she clipped or flighted?

Oh and secure the door, they are escape artists... Lol
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It is definitely a sign of boredom. Birds don't belong full-time in cages. Cages are like bedrooms - places to go back to, but not places to live in.
You might want to get a new cage. The Vision line of cages can't be escaped from, and the M02 is great for parrotlets!
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