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Does anybody else have their budgie turn on them every now and then. Haha so I know it happens to the best of birds but my little cheeky will usually perch on my finger and eat treats. But today, she was being a cute little brat and grabbed the entire millet stick and flew back into her cage >.> gee love you too cheeky :eek: hehe I love her so much. :D
 

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Hi, and welcome to the forums. Off the top Please restrict the same question, subject- concern. Some one will check in with you as we all pop in and out and it gets really really messy for the house keeping staff-Us to chase these little messages down and be sure you are answered.

We all are filled with joy when our budgies touch our heart and we love to share with each other. You actually get more attention with one post because staff does not have to combine all of the posts.

Welcome again and we would love to see some pics when you get a chance.

I would suggest you take a look at the list to your far left and click on the key words and read through some of the posts that interest you. Make a few notes if you have questions. Yes it is a lot of reading. It took me several weeks several times to begin to comprehend all of the amazing info here on Talk Budgies.

To answer you question, Love takes time to build. As you build your love for you companion, there will be fun times, confusing and unsure times. All of these are get to know and appreciate you times. Take it slow and easy and allow the love you feel grow on both sides. It sounds like your cheeky friend has a healthy sense of humor. Our little Cuttie Pie loves to play tug and keep away with a piece of millet and then she loves to nibble the fingers. All part of the game. Play a long and see what she will teach you. It is a two way street and we can learn a lot from our budgies. Others will stop by to say Hi. Just try to be a little more patient. I promise, you will get our attention. Blessings, Jo Ann:p
 

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Hello and welcome to the forums! :wave:

I agree with JoAnn, she's definitely more comfortable with you and that bond will only grow :)
We'd love to see pictures of your little one when you get the chance and if you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to ask as we'd love to help! :D
 

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Your budgie is going to go through phases when she is in condition she will act differently, as also when she is moulting, in fact budgies are just like people yes they have moods and sometimes want to be left alone. Sometimes they want to be talked to and interactive usually most of the time this is how they are but occasionally they like to be quiet or on their own for a while.:budgie:
 
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