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Cause of death

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Posted by: DumDee at Mon Jul 20 15:37:08 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DumDee ]  
   

Just wondering/asking for advice. One of my Lovebirds (1 1/2 years old) has died and i haven't got a clue why. Obviously you can't tell me why but just wondering if anyone has any ideas.

I came home tonight and i saw, Dum; my male love was dying and within a couple of minutes he had died. He seemed fine last night and this morning. Now i am concerned for the Dee, the female bird left. She is pretty quiet and not moving much now, she could be missing him she doesn't look ill , but then either did Dum.

I think i looked after them properly, changed the water 2/3times a day, regularly changed food and cleaned cage, a let them fly round the house a couple of times a week.

Just wonder if anyone has any advice what to do with Dee, the female left, and also any ideas of what couple have happened to Dum. i.e. is this a common story for lovebirds?

Thanks


   

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