Moving Out to Accommodate Her Pets
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: bc, canada
What it was was a j-feeder that the chin got into upside down and got wedged in the feeding container and could not extricate himself. The chin died in this position and they are warning to hang the feeder on the outside of the cage and even with this to be careful as babies have been known to escape through the feeder to the outside of the cage.
Pets are for life
Not just for xmas