disabled parrot owner

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the sweeper driver

disabled parrot owner

Post by the sweeper driver » Sun Jan 15, 2006 8:16 am

My wife is disabled now after suffering eight strokes and a heart attack, she also has epilepsy[common after a stroke]

We have a 22 year old Grey, and there are problems for her but she normally finds away around them. One we havn't managed to cure yet is the after effects of her having an epileptic seizure when feeding Himself...instead of his food going in the bowl it will end up over the floor, the ceiling, and everywhere else apart from the food bowl!!

Oh well...the joys of keeping parrots.

Rich

stumpypolecat

parrot food

Post by stumpypolecat » Tue Jan 17, 2006 5:59 pm

you could try putting his food in a shallow dish at the bottom of his cage (like a trough) this may help.


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