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I've had a cold for the past 2 weeks(plus a week to make sure I'm not contagious :eek:), so I couldn't get Echo out or any of my other pets :(. Because I didn't give want to give them my cold :(.

Today I decided to get Echo out and he was so exited and thrilled that he did nothing but kiss me :D and eat millet, he even refused to get off my hands and shoulder :). It was so cute, he even kissed my mum and sat on her shoulder for the first time ever :D.

I wasn't sure whether this should go in the Budgie Behaviour Forum or not :S, so decided to put it here instead because it is sort of Chit Chatty :S.
 

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Sound's like Echo was really happy to have you end your self
imposed quarantine. Pretty awesome...:)
 

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It's always adorable when our little ones are so excited to interact with us again after a period of absence! Echo was clearly very happy to be able to spend time with his best buddy again :D
 

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Sick Again

I woke up today with a mild case of tonsillitis :(, I'm not sure if budgies can catch tonsillitis like I'm not sure if they can catch colds :eek:. I don't want to risk Echo's health so I'm back in quarantine :(.
 

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Aw, Nicola, I'm so sorry you're so sick again! :sick:

Tonsillitis is not transmissible to birds so not to worry ;) I'm sure Echo would love to spend time in the same room as you while you're getting much needed rest and hopefully some tea and chicken soup.

Please get well soon! :hug: :fingerx:
 

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Aw, Nicola, I'm so sorry you're so sick again! :sick:

Tonsillitis is not transmissible to birds so not to worry ;) I'm sure Echo would love to spend time in the same room as you while you're getting much needed rest and hopefully some tea and chicken soup.

Please get well soon! :hug: :fingerx:
Thanks this has helped, I'll still spend time with Echo :D. I just hope I'm as up for it as much as he is, I feel terrible :(.
 

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I don't think he'd mind so much if you simply moved his cage into your bedroom if possible, so he can keep you company while you get better ;)

I usually carry Mallorn's cage up to my bedroom when I'm not feeling well so even if I don't feel up to interacting with her we still see and talk to each other :thumbsup:
 

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I don't think he'd mind so much if you simply moved his cage into your bedroom if possible, so he can keep you company while you get better ;)

I usually carry Mallorn's cage up to my bedroom when I'm not feeling well so even if I don't feel up to interacting with her we still see and talk to each other :thumbsup:
I can't bring his cage to my room, it's just to heavy and he hates it when I move his cage around :(. I use my bedroom for out-of-cage time so I'll increase the time Echo spends out his cage, he already needs more time after all the millet he ate while I was sick :).
 
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