A few months ago, I had a pair of Rosella. It pained me to see them always seeking freedom, no matter how large their cage was. So, I freed them. I just let a handsome amount of money fly , just like that. The happiness followed was worth it. But man, I could have sold them...pardon my inner-self conflicts.
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You let them go eventually, huh? Ah well, if you couldn't see them unhappy, then that's good.
I don't think my birds would ever want to be freed. They're so painfully domesticated. Hugo wouldn't know what the fuck to do. He'd probably find his way back if he could. My parakeet I had in seventh grade flew away once though. ._. It was so sad.
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Let's grab Gary's tits, he likes it. D:
Yes you do, you enjoyed us all doing it. YOU EVEN JOINED IN!
Yes you do.
Really, you haven't seen them? There are many variants in Rosella. The most beautiful is the Blue variant.
Agreed, I like the blue-gray-black-white thing going on there.
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Yep, they look more beautiful in person. It costs almost twice the one I had. The best thing about Rosella is their size. They aren't huge as Macaw or Cockatoo.
What kind were the two you had?
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A family friend had a Sulphur-crested Cockatoo and a couple Macaws, and they are freaking gigantic. Macaws can live almost 50 years. Seemed strange for such a giant bird to live in a cage, but I guess if they were fully domesticated it's best for to be in there. Releasing animals into the wild like that is probably illegal here.
A pair Golden Mantle Rosella.