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Titania Sun 06-Feb-05 19:12:24

someones coming to get my lovebirds in a bit. I'm still going to miss them and it's breaking my heart seeing htem go. oh well.

NameChangingMancMidlander Sun 06-Feb-05 19:14:41

[saad] why are you getting rid ?


NameChangingMancMidlander Sun 06-Feb-05 19:15:11

Lonelymum Sun 06-Feb-05 19:15:37

Oh Titania have you found a good home for them?

Titania Sun 06-Feb-05 19:27:18

the woman having them has got loads of birds. she rescues them from everywhere. she knows what she is doing. Im letting them go as I have enough to cope with at the moment plus ds2 hates them.

PuffTheMagicDragon Sun 06-Feb-05 19:29:42

I'm so glad you've found a good home for them Titania - it sounds as though they will be well looked after.

Titania Sun 06-Feb-05 19:51:33

thats it.....they've gone

Titania Mon 07-Feb-05 07:25:27

oh dear........the children are really upset about it....I told them that they went somewhere where they could have a bigger cage and loads of other birds to play with. Doesn't seem to have made any difference to them though. Oh I feel so so bad now I can't deal with this this morning.

fostermum Mon 07-Feb-05 07:45:45

why did you have to get rid of them may i ask?

Miaou Mon 07-Feb-05 08:35:35

Titania, I wondered if this was you when I saw the title - exciting life that I lead, when i couldn't sleep last night I got to wondering if you had managed to sell your lovebirds, how you were coping with the little puppy etc... the things you think about at 2am!

So sorry you are finding it hard to let go. I'm not really an big animal fan but have two cats who I love, and I'm sure if I had to part with them I would be feeling pretty bereft by now. It's natural that you and the kids will feel upset - after all, they were a regular part of your life for a long time, but I'm sure that you know you have done the right thing in letting them go just now. Try to look on it in a positive light - you've got more time now to spend on looking after your other pets and the children. ((((hugs))))

Titania Mon 07-Feb-05 08:44:57

FM I have got too much on my plate at the moment and the birds were just adding to that. I hadn't got the time for them that they deserved. They did aggravate dds asthma when we lived in the flat but they didn't seem to as much here in the house. Also, ds2 was scared of them.

fostermum Mon 07-Feb-05 09:08:37

oh right,well lovebirds need a lot of room plus earplugs,i used to rescue,parrots and lovebirds ect,they can be so destructive too,

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