Opentop Bird CagesIf you are in love with your parrots, no doubt you want to spend as much time with them as possible. That’s great! In fact, parrots need a lot of attention. The more time they spend outside their opentop bird cages or scalloped top bird cages the happier they will be. Unfortunately most of us have to work to earn a living. While some people are fortunate to work from home, the majority of people hold jobs away from their living quarters. This means that you and your pet will have to be separated for 8-12 hours a day. Your bird will need to spend a good portion of his day inside his play top bird cage or opentop bird cages.
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Keeping Your Pets Amused While In Their Opentop Bird Cages
Unfortunately it is inevitable that you will have to leave your pet for part of the day. The good news is there are a number of things you can do to keep your parrot entertained and happy while he is in his play top bird cages or opentop bird cages.
- Call and leave a message. Imagine this scenario. Your parrot is perched in his scalloped bird cage or play top bird cage preening his feathers. His head pricks up when he hears the phone ring. Then you start to leave him a message—talking right at him. Your parrot will be highly amused. You may even raise his spirits. If you call at the same time every day, your pet will begin to anticipate your call. He may even do a happy dance in his opentop bird cages.
- Leave the TV on. As your pet sits on a perch or swing in his scalloped top bird cage or play top bird cage, he may enjoy listening to and watching the TV. As a result, you may want to leave the TV on, facing the scalloped top bird cages or opentop bird cages. Remember parrots are intelligent creatures—you never know what they understand.
- Play a soothing
radio station. Music is calming and comforting. If your parrot hates to
be alone in his scalloped top bird cage or play top bird cage, leave the radio
- Have a friend stop by. If your birds are sociable, you may ask a trusted friend to stop by every day to visit your bird. If she is good with parrots, ask her to let your pets out of their opentop bird cages or scalloped top bird cages for 20 or 30 minutes.