A blog about my beautiful budgies.
29 June 2013Posted by on
Since young Thomas has emerged from the Ferplast, we have been playing a rather complicated game of musical cages.
Initially, I let Thomas roam about on his own, without the others to distract him. He generally settled on either the Manor where the toyboys tried to woo him or on Phinny’s cage where Phinny generally ignored him.
After awhile, I let Phineas out. He seemed a bit put out that Cagney was showing interest in this new, young whippersnapper. Whilst he was civil to Thomas, once any serious flirting got underway between Thomas & Cagney through the cage bars, he was not quite so magnanimous.
Letting out Cagney & Bezukhov & therefore having all 4 out at the same time proved a little chaotic. Thomas, being new to being out, was getting stressed at all the comings & goings. He tried to eat seed in the Manor but Cagney kept trying to kiss him. Not to mention Phineas trying to stop Cagney from kissing Thomas. At one point, Thomas was in the Manor alone, so I quickly locked him in to give him time to collect his thoughts & also to eat some seed in peace.
After that episode, I tried letting Thomas, Cagney & Bezukhov out, but not Phineas. Phinny would go crazy in his cage watching Cagney flirt with Thomas.
Another time, Cagney & Bezukhov were in the Ferplast with Thomas but when Thomas came out I locked both Cagney & Bezukhov in, once again, to give Thomas some breathing space.
Like I say, it has all been rather complicated. There must be a formula for success that is already in existence. I need to do some research….