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Jerm324
Aug 3, 2007


I would say don't put the birds outside unless you can build a full aviary with shade for summer and shelter for winter. My wife and I have 5 birds and they have their own room. It sounds like you have multiple birds so they will be able to socialize with each other. We also have a cat, and we put a baby gate in the doorway of our bird room, this keeps the cat out but allows the birds to hear us and see us if we walk by. Obviously your cats might not find such a thing to be an obstacle like ours does but it's something you can try.

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