Saturday, 15 September 2012
I've learned a good effect of forests on a recent TV program. What it does is to boost up our immune system. According to the program, staying at a park will give us similar effect, so I visited a greenhouse, Allan Garden. There are so many tropical plants in the greenhouse. It was a great feeling by surrounded by those colourful plants. I have realised we are so fortunate to have so many parks even though we live in a big city.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
Pi-chan looks so cute :)
I have recently bought some more mill worms since she loves them. I got about 100 worms this time and their food to keep them for a while as well. Saw dust is their main food and I was told to put sliced carrots or potatoes for them to have some moisture. I put their food and sliced potatoes in a plastic case and keep them . . .
I also bought some alpha alpha plants for Pi-chan, but she did not eat the plants that much. It seems like she loves worms more . . .
Saturday, 8 September 2012
These pictures are when she was bathing. I wanted to capture her bathing picture, but she moved too fast. She hopped in and out a bath tub (a small plastic case) and she repeated . . . It was a little different bathing style compared with the one that she did on a towel. Maybe, she is sort of afraid of water?!
Wednesday, 5 September 2012
I think she is getting more active since I have fed some mill worms. I always let her pay on the floor when I am home. She hops around on the floor a lot as if she was a rabbit . . . so cute :) I am glad to see her being very active although she cannot use her left leg fingers very well. She comes closer to me when she sees me holding a mill worm with chop sticks. She loves mill worms! I will need to buy them more soon . . . :)
Friday, 31 August 2012
She ate mill worms right away when I showed it to her. It seems like she loves eating mil worms, but I am wondering how she can tell they are eatable?! I borough her up since she was a baby. Is this animal instinct?!
By the way, she did not like crickets. I am not sure why though. I tried to feed it to her, but she did not eat it at all. She actuallt got scared when she saw it, so I cut it into a small piece, but then she did not eat it. I think she did not like a cricket because it was bigger and harder than worms.
After observing her, I've realised that she always pays attention something that moves. She might eat if I feed live crickets . . . but I do not think I wanna keep them. I cannot believe I keep mil worms at home!!, lol
Wednesday, 29 August 2012
Can you guess what are these? They are Pi-chan's new food! I have recently visited a pet shop to buy her food. When I explained to a Clark that I rescued a baby sparrow, the Clark was kindly enough to research what a sparrow eats for me. From the top, bird sand... to help her digestion. 2nd one is cuttlefish bone. 3rd one is a can of crickets! Eeeew . . . and 4 th one is mill worms . . . I was told to feed her alpha alpha kinda veggies sometimes.
Saturday, 25 August 2012
She is getting slimmer compared with before. She used to be fluffy . . . she still has a yellow beak though. When she looses her yellow beak, she will become a lady! :)
When I call her "Pi-chan!", she reacts like the picture above . . . so cute! Recently, she sometimes sounds like us, I mean she mimics our voice?! like a Parakeet does, I'm not sure. Is this because she is often in front of a computer with me while I was watching T.V. or movies?!
One day, she might speak our language! :)