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  1. Sheldoncooper

    Sheldoncooper Well-Known Member

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    Got home from work today and my 2 yo has let my parrots out.
    Lost a yellow crowned amazon and my little pride and joy Dexter my eccie. I can't believe it

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    Oh dude, that sucks!

    You need to get some locks on your stuff with that little terror around!!
     
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    Ive got double locks on the doors but he's opened the feed bowls. I don't think dexter will go to far, I'll search the neighborhood again tomorrow

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    Sorry to hear that mate. Hope you find them both.
     
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    must be devastating.. As said above hope you find them both
     
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    Ouch not good at all.hope you find them both sheldon


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    Best of luck mate for a quick recovery of them both.

    Our little ones can unintentionally cause us some grief... I got home from work at 1:30pm on a Saturday arv back in the summer of 2010 to find my little one playing in the yard with the hose... the good feeling quickly dissipated when I discovered she had washed my brand new black HSV for me... wouldn't have been so bad except she had used a wooden handled wire brush. :(
    She doesn't get to wash my new 2016 HSV. LOL
     
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    Are you close to where we are? Should we be keeping a lookout?
     
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    I'm in narre warren nth.
    I'm suprised Dexter even made it to the back fence, flying isn't his thing

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    Well I really hope you find him!
     
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    Thanks heaps stompsy

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    Time to lock the kid in a cage ;p

    That being said, in my opinion anything that can be opened to allow access for a bird in AND out, should be locked... including the feed bowl things.

    Sucks to hear that :( best of luck finding them
     
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    Mate, best of luck finding them.
    I don't have young kids but had to fit locks and spring washers to bowls on my indoor cage, the cockies quickly work out they can pull the bowl out and crawl rat like through the opening.

    Just noticed how the photo shows up the dirt, time to go outside for a pressure wash.
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    Sorry to hear. Hope you find them soon.
     
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    Got everything crossed for you buddy...

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    Hope you find them or they decide to return soon Sheldon
     
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    Any sign of them?
     
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    you have to lock everything,can't trust anyone or anything
     
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    Nah not yet

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    You might think flying isn't their thing,We had a galah for over 20 years,never flown but after surgery decided he could fly and never saw him again
     
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