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Posted on: 12:25:23 AM 6/4/2007

Birds can also be mischievous and highly destructive. In the wild, they typically play in the treetops and chew on branches or leaves. In captivity, birds display this behavior by chewing on walls, door moldings, electrical or telephone wires, furnit...

Posted on: 12:24:57 AM 6/4/2007

Unlike dogs and cats, captive-bred birds are only a few generations from their wild ancestors, so many of their natural behaviors do not mesh well with human companionship. Birds are meant to fly and be with others of their own kind. Considering that...

Posted on: 12:24:35 AM 6/4/2007

Even in low-profit enterprises, most birds live in small cages, surrounded by the frightening sounds of many unfamiliar birds. A bird who cannot choose his or her own mate may become depressed, especially if separated from a previous partner. Birds f...

Posted on: 12:24:11 AM 6/4/2007

To a “breeder,” a bird is a commodity to be placed with a “mate” to reproduce and seldom—if ever—allowed out of the nest box. Birds who are returned to breeders because of behavioral problems are often kept as “breeding stock,” thus perpetuating the ...

Posted on: 12:23:37 AM 6/4/2007

In the late 20th century, the popularity of keeping birds as companions resulted in a smuggling business based in Central America. It proved devastating to wild bird populations, and many birds who were caught died during transport or soon after. The...

Posted on: 12:22:45 AM 6/4/2007

There is no such animal as a “cage bird.” All caged birds were either captured or captive-bred. No bird was born to be in a cage. In the wild, these beautiful beings are never alone, and if separated for even a moment, they call wildly to their flock...

Posted on: 12:21:21 AM 6/4/2007

One unspayed dog and her offspring can lead to 67,000 dogs in six years. One unspayed cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats in seven years. Approximately 70,000 puppies and kittens are born in the United States each day. Some of them are bor...

Posted on: 12:20:46 AM 6/4/2007

Many people enjoy the companionship of cats and dogs, who were domesticated thousands of years ago. Over time, people have manipulated animal breeding to produce certain physical characteristics, resulting in the different types of cats and dogs we k...

Posted on: 12:19:55 AM 6/4/2007

Adopt from shelters—and don’t forget about adult animals, who are often overlooked by people looking for a puppy or a kitten, but who often have the advantage of being housebroken and trained. Urge people who desire the companionship of animals to ad...

Posted on: 12:19:04 AM 6/4/2007

Female cats and dogs should be spayed soon after the age of 8 weeks. Males should be neutered at 8 weeks of age, but both spaying and neutering can be done safely through most of adulthood. Some shelters are encouraging earlier spaying and neutering,...

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