What a horrible residing factor may kill and eat his pair… he seems to be unhappy now… im considering of releasing him and let him go..

What a horrible residing factor may kill and eat his pair… he seems to be unhappy now… im considering of releasing him and let him go..

What a horrible residing factor may kill and eat his pair… he seems to be unhappy now… im considering of releasing him and let him go..

4 thoughts on “What a horrible residing factor may kill and eat his pair… he seems to be unhappy now… im considering of releasing him and let him go..”

  1. **Please don’t set him free** – some parakeets survive in the wild, but *very* few AND only in certain areas that are warm enough like Arizona! Domestic birds can also die of starvation or poisoning in the wild because they are not familiar with native, wild plants and what is safe to eat. **He will probably die if you turn him loose.**

    He may have killed his mate due to stress, as that cage appears to be very small – I’m not saying it’s your fault, but it’s not his, either! Please REHOME HIM or get a larger cage and reintroduce a new mate. Google 1. parakeet minimum cage size and 2. introducing parakeets.

    Again, I’m not blaming you. Pet stores do not educate customers about proper care, which leads to the death of many pets.

  2. I know others have said the same but please I beg you do not let him go. He will not survive and it would be much crueler. Someone will take him if you feel you can’t look after him anymore, no judgements just please look after this sweet soul. Blessed be.

  3. According to my sister it could be a rat coz she heard it squeking last night but she didnt went down to check coz shes sleepy. It was actually my mom’s fault for putting it on the window where cats or rats can go easily. Thank you for your comments guys ill make sure to buy another cage with a bigger size and more of them so he can be happy again. 😇

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