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Ok, I will try this as well. Although I'm pretty sure she has had millet in there before and when I came back it looked the same. But I'll make sure to check with the white paper now.If your bird isn't eating while you're gone, put something in the cage that's so tempting and delicious that it'll be hard to resist. I'm thinking millet spray.
Millet spray makes a big mess, so if you put fresh paper in the cage bottom just before you leave and check it right after you come back, you'll have a good idea of whether she ate anything while you were gone.
It's strange, because before I went to school yesterday, I gave her some broccoli (it's her new favorite food) and she started eating it immediately... the moment I left the room though, she went to her sleeping position. I asked my dad if she was eating when I was gone and he said she just nimbled at it for a bit. When I came home, the broccoli wansn't eaten much at all, and right when I replaced it with a fresh one, she started eating it until she finished it! :blush: