He's ok. He didn't eat any of it it's all there still. But he peeled back Dry wall. I was scared of my dad seeing it so I told him lol. I figured I had better just tell him and get it over with . He's more of a tell me kind of guy and I don't get mad don't tell me I get upset. I should have known that from growing up here. Here's what happened, Chewy was on the tiels cage, And I heard some noises, and so I went to check it out. I get a little annoyed when he goes over there, but didn't think anything of it till I looked up to the ceiling because the ceiling is pretty low, and Chewy had chewed part of it back. Dad says that he thinks he can glue it, yes I will move the birds when he does that. I am just glad that nothing bad happened I caught him in time. I guess I shouldn't have said oh my bird would NEVER do that when I saw your pics lol. I thought he was a perfect angel.
look to your birds for love Chewy RB2 Lightning-parakeet Zeus-zebra finch RIP Eli little foot Cockatiels
Gideon de-buttoned a keyboard and a mouse last week, after getting out of his sleep cage because my roommate didn't lock it after taking him for a midnight potty break. Gid woke me up by hollering at me from the computer desk, and when I came in to get him, he looked at me like, "Check out how I fixed all this stuff!"
Baaaad Chewy. Just living up to his name. KiwiU2 neatly removed the stem from Harold boy with the feathers on his face watch the other day. She did it quicker than you can blink. He managed to fix it, thank goodness he only wears cheap Timex types for daily use. Watch Chewy, it seems like once Kiwi marks something with her beak, she'll return to it again and again even if we give no reinforcement. I kind of think that it might be possible they mark trees etc. in the wild so they can find them back. I don't know if that applies to cupboard doors, buffets woodwork or ceilings, but don't be surprised if Chewy goes right back after the same spot. Glad your family took it in stride. Janie & KiwiU2