Puddings & Toyboys

A blog about my beautiful budgies.

Getting by without Cagney

Things here have been a bit odd. We are still working out how to function without Cagney.

Bezukhov & Phineas on the window perch

Bezukhov & Phineas on the window perch

Bezukhov & Phineas sleeping on the playgym

Bezukhov & Phineas sleeping on the playgym

Phineas, it must be said, barely lost a beat with his regurgitating & jiggying.  The only slight change in Phinny’s behaviour was first thing in the morning.  When I uncover him he usually has his first morning regurgitation. For at least two weeks after Cagney’s passing, Phineas chatted to my finger, but  did not regurgitate. However, he wanted his morning jiggy-jiggy as usual, & once he had that, regurgitation resumed as normal (near constant throughout the day!)  Normal morning regurgitation returned on the 4th October.

Bezukhov has a harder road to travel & at times it shows. During the day he attempts to engage with Phineas (not always successfully).  He has been sitting on my finger more.  Normally he would just use my finger to either get to someplace else or to get closer to food, but he has been sitting quietly preening.  He has also been spending more time on the window perch.

Despite Bezukhov’s best efforts, he & Phineas still operate separately.  For example, they eat together but one in the Manor & one in the Ferplast.

On the subject of food, another change is that Bezukhov can now eat the oats in the seed mix – Cagney always ate them first

 

 

4 responses to “Getting by without Cagney

  1. rosebudgie 10 October 2015 at 10:31

    Such a difficult time for Bezukhov – thank goodness that at least he gets the oats.

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  2. Sharon - creativityandfamily 10 October 2015 at 12:23

    I’m glad things are improving a little, I do hope poor Bezukhov really picks up soon. x

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