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Old 07-28-2015, 11:43 AM
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I have noticed for the psat couple of days that Ralph has been mating with one of his toys.. I was wondering if to remove the toy or to leave him be It was funny when i first caught him as we just got another budgie to be his friend, who is in another room for quarintine when he started theese behaviors. We got another male but we have to wait another couple weeks to let them interact so should I remove the toy immediatly or let him "do his thing" I would really want to stop the behavior but what ever is best

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If the mating isn't excessive to the point of obsession (many times per day) then you can keep the toy on the cage. But if you do not want him to engage with this type of behaviour you can always take the toy out and replace it with a new and different one.
Once he meets his new friend, I doubt he'd pay much attention to the toy he's currently passionate with, most likely he will forget all about it.
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Thanks I will probrably remove the toy

I really appreciate the quick answer!!!!
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You're most welcome and good luck with your budgie boys' upcoming introduction!
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