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  1. Cockatiel Talk
    Hello everyone !I have very large,but a bit rusty cage and thinking about painting it, but I am not really sure what kind of paint to get so it would be not toxic to cockatiels. Any advise on this would be appreciated.
  2. Cockatiel Housing and Toys
    I just bought a new cage for my cockatiel - powder-coated wrought iron. I wiped it down with some white vinegar diluted with water, and some of the cracks between horizontal and vertical bars started to rust (I must not have dried it well enough). Afterwards I tried to remove the rust with pure...
  3. Cockatiel Pictures
    First a bit of news that I'm very happy about: For the past two or three months, Pidgey has been VERY hard to live with. He wouldn't let me get anywhere near him for any reason, and even started shutting out my wife. Well, a few months ago we moved, and it seems like that may have been the cause...
  4. Cockatiel Talk
    Well my friend had a pretty big bird cage and gave it to me for my 2 cockatiels, Piko and Cloud.. Except it's pretty rusty and my dad bought some spray paint called rustoleum.. I found out it wasn't healthy for birds and humans at all so I'm wondering what kind of paint is good for bird cages...
  5. Cockatiel Talk
    I just bought a new cage off of craigslist today for my tiel. It's a wonderful cage.. Still not as big as I would like but it will be great until we can buy our own house a few years from now. I looked over the cage and noticed a few rusts spots. The paint doesn't seem to be chipped anywhere, so...
  6. Your Cockatiels Health
    Hi everyone. I'm new here, so sorry if this question was already posted somewhere. Well right now, my Cockatiel (Solly) lives in a normal bird cage that's a medium size and there are no problems. But my mom went to a thrift store the other day and found this big cage that I think is meant for...
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