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    Security of my Cockatiel!!!

    Hello,
    I'm a college student. I love pets so much. I have a wide variety of pets in my home which includes both animals and birds. Among them, I love cockatiels the most.
    But the number of cockatiels is decreasing day by day. I need to find the person behind this cruelty. So I need an alarm system to keep them safe.
    I searched a lot and found this security intrusion alarm systems.
    Does anyone here approach them for the services? If yes, please share your experience.
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    Re: Security of my Cockatiel!!!

    How are cockatiels decreasing day by day? So is someone breaking into homes and stealing birds? especially cockatiels?

    We have the "Ring" doorbell system on our home along with exterior camera's mounted on our garage and the house where they can't be seen by potential intruders. Motion detectors work great.
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    Re: Security of my Cockatiel!!!

    Do you have cats that are allowed to be in the same room with yoiur birds? If so, please be aware that cats, are predators and birds or mice are their favorite prey. It makes no difference at all if you think your birds will be fine around your cats. They are programmed by nature to pounce on birds. Is there any possibility the cats carried the dead birds to other rooms in your home?

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    Re: Security of my Cockatiel!!!

    Thanks !

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    Re: Security of my Cockatiel!!!

    thanks for the information

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