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    Default Why you should NOT buy a pet bird

    Article and video - and the video is going to break your heart in a million little pieces -I cried the whole time I was watching it...https://www.onegreenplanet.org/anima...uy-a-pet-bird/

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    I remember when I was a child I had a bird.

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    Birds are very irritable pets. It's better to get a cat.

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    I also absolutely disagree. There are so many people out there with huge hearts who take care of their pets even better than other humans! Yes, a lot of people will adopt, but there will always be people who will buy pets. When I was a kid, I really reaaaaally wanted a parrot, and there was absolutely no way for my parents to find and adopt one. The only option was buying. It goes for all pets, not parrots only. I have recently adopted a poor little bearded dragon. It broke my heart to see him so miserable and weak. After weeks of researching on what do you feed a malnourished bearded dragon and how to properly take care of him, I finally saw some sparks in his eyes, some willingness to keep going on. All creatures deserve the warmth of a home!

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