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In Memory Tributes and Memorials to Budgies which have moved on to the Rainbow Bridge
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Old 09-18-2008, 12:30 AM
 
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Unhappy RIP Chuchu and Princess

Chuchu was a loving bird he listened to me and always chirped when I came home from school.He lived for 3 three great years, he died 2 years ago but I still remember him and miss him.
Princess was a beautiful bird who made me feel better after losing Chuchu,she was mischievous and liked to hide under my bed.She only lived for a week!! I should have noticed that she was sick but I just wanted a budgie so bad that I didn't pay attention.She died a year ago,but I still remember her flying and I miss her .
I loved my budgies more than anything in the world,while my friends love bunnys and kittys I always loved birds.Now,I still cry for them but I have a special friend her name is Chuchie,I named her after Chuchu.She is beautiful and very trained,her wings aren't clipped but she still comes with me outside. I know that I will always miss my dear Princess and my loving chuchu but now i know that I did everything I could for them and I just remember how happy we where together.

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hno: I just wanted to say that I am so sorry to all who have lost a budgie,It is a terrible thing,like having a family member die.
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you poor thing. just reading your post made me cry. i had my cat for fifteen years. he died three years ago and i have his pictures up all over. the hardest thing i ever had to do was dig a grave for him. i buried him in my best sweater in my yard. i marked the grave wth flowers and small angels made of china. i light a candle for him every year on aug17 and april 14 the anniversary of his birth and his death. you never get over the loss of a pet but we will see them again . they are waiting for us in heaven. we must believe that.
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I'm so sorry for your losses.

When you take Chuchie outside with you..you mean in a cage right? Its not safe to take him out otherwise and it would be so devastating for you to suffer another loss.
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oh im so sorry
it's so hard when you lose them, i lost 2 budgies one of them died when i was 5! the other one i killed when i was 6! dont ask why i killed it, it used to come on my shoulder and sit there and once i went to open the refrigiator and the bird fell down chest first on the floor it died shortly
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oh im so sorry
it's so hard when you lose them, i lost 2 budgies one of them died when i was 5! the other one i killed when i was 6! dont ask why i killed it, it used to come on my shoulder and sit there and once i went to open the refrigiator and the bird fell down chest first on the floor it died shortly
Thank you,I never thought It was good for children to have budgies, I know that you loved them,but you can't take care of them properly,a friend of mine gave her son two budgies... he got mad when it bit him and ripped his leg off!! I was so mad at his mom
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you poor thing. just reading your post made me cry. i had my cat for fifteen years. he died three years ago and i have his pictures up all over. the hardest thing i ever had to do was dig a grave for him. i buried him in my best sweater in my yard. i marked the grave wth flowers and small angels made of china. i light a candle for him every year on aug17 and april 14 the anniversary of his birth and his death. you never get over the loss of a pet but we will see them again . they are waiting for us in heaven. we must believe that.
Thank you,Chuchu died on my sister's birthday its hard to be happy for her while I am missing my budgie.
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I'm so sorry for your losses.

When you take Chuchie outside with you..you mean in a cage right? Its not safe to take him out otherwise and it would be so devastating for you to suffer another loss.
Actually, I don't take her out in a cage but I have had her for 4 months and she hasn't tried to fly away,but still we trust eachother... If chuchis left...I don't know if I could handle it... should I clip her wings?
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I'm sorry for your losses!
And like Pippin's mom said... Careful taking him outside!!!!!

They aren't bad for kids if the parents are keeping an eye on them... Just like any other pet, it is the parent's repsonsibility. Salem helps me change food, water, and clean the cages, and he also plays with Chubby Chiyo when I'm watching. He knows when to be careful. He got bit and he said "Ow! Birdy bite! Bad birdy!" and wagged his finger at the bird. So they can be okay around kids.
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Actually, I don't take her out in a cage but I have had her for 4 months and she hasn't tried to fly away,but still we trust eachother... If chuchis left...I don't know if I could handle it... should I clip her wings?
Not nesicarily, but STOP taking her outside!! It is very dangerous. Even if you have trust, she can and will fly away when she feels like it. If you want her to be outside, then take her cage outside. Even with clipped wings a budgie should not be outside unless in a cage.
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