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Quaker care

Postby Pajarita » Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:35 am

A well-intentioned if wrong advice on quaker care. This is the reason why so many people end up with the wrong information: too many people who, obviously, don't know enough about them giving out advice {not that I don't include myself in the 'not knowing enough' crowd, mind you!] that they just read somewhere and never bothered to check for accuracy. Look at the tiny cage the woman is recommending! And the diet! And not a single mention of the fact that they need to be kept at a solar schedule! Not to mention that quakers are not sub-tropical as she states but from temperate climate. And look at the terrible looking quaker on the video! OMG, that poor bird looks like crap! And clipped! Ay Ay Ay... ... azing-Pets
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