posted by Lisa:
and if it involves a fee to keep him alive, that's your duty as the owner. Keets are not disposable toys!
You made it sound like I was unwilling to pay the fee. The thing is, this keet was a suprise gift, and I dont have lots of money to spend on him.
Trust me, if I had the money, I would be more than willing to board him somewhere for a few days just until the fumes cleared up. But, money is tight right now, even with my parents because my brother is at UT and that is the most expensive college in texas.
I talked to my boyfriend and his family and they said they do not mind holding onto him for a few days. They will keep him separate from the parrots, which have their own aviary.
Thanks for your replies