Puddings & Toyboys

A blog about my beautiful budgies.

Introducing little Dalai

Since Cagney’s passing in September, it has been on my mind to increase the flock.

Enter little Dalai.

Little Dalai

Little Dalai

 

He was re-homed 4 weeks today on the 14th March.  As with re-homes, little is known of his background.  He was approx. 5 months old & was originally with a hen who had died leaving him on his own, hence, I guess, the need to re-home.  His owner had named him Rama.  I decided to rechristen the little one, but wanted to retain his roots & came up with Dalai Rama.

He was housed in a round cage that I did not want so he was transferred to my travel cage.  Once home, I quickly finalised the set up of his quarantine cage (folding cage) – I had waited until I saw him in case that helped decide what toys to put in.  As he was younger than I imagined, I chose toys that I thought would be more suitable for a youngster.  Once all was set up, I managed to transfer him from the travel cage to his new home (at least for the next 4 weeks) & left him to settle.

With luck, Bezukhov & Phineas will welcome him!

 

7 responses to “Introducing little Dalai

  1. rosebudgie 12 April 2016 at 09:49

    Dalai looks like a real sweetie. Can’t wait to see how ‘Sensible’ Bezukhov and Mad Phinny get on with him!

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  2. Sharon - creativityandfamily 13 April 2016 at 11:19

    aww!! I hope all goes well 🙂

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