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#1651    Mnemonix

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 08:55 AM

Since I got a camera now, I might as well upload some pictures here.

Kitten and her daddy. Her mommy's not much of a looker, if you ask me...
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I don't really like her daddy...

Edited by Mnemonix, 22 November 2012 - 09:04 AM.


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Posted 22 November 2012 - 09:42 AM

View Postshanlung, on 17 November 2012 - 06:36 AM, said:

My cat Dommie.

He thinks he is a dog.

He is also a back seat driver and giving me unsolicited advise where to go and how to drive.

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Dommie will go into the ocean tide pool when I call out to him

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Aww :o he's so pretty. Seeing those photos made me kinda sad because I used to have a little kitten called 'jesscat' and she looked exactly like him :(

View Postshanlung, on 17 November 2012 - 06:36 AM, said:

My cat Dommie.

He thinks he is a dog.

He is also a back seat driver and giving me unsolicited advise where to go and how to drive.

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Dommie will go into the ocean tide pool when I call out to him

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More in

http://shanlung.live...com/119381.html

Aww :o he's so pretty. Seeing those photos made me kinda sad because I used to have a little kitten called 'jesscat' and she looked exactly like him :(


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Posted 22 November 2012 - 11:49 AM

Old Man Waffles and friends,

I think I am better known in the birdie forums.  I thought what I done was done by all others.  Allowing the birdie to fly about in the house.
And taking the birdie out on motorbikes.

Then I found not many others do that, even now.  When I first started to write on what I was doing over 10 years ago, I was thrown out of a few forums for heresy and blasphemy.

Here is Tinkerbell when we were together in Taiwan.
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A very rare shot of 3 of us below. My wife the camerawoman, myself and the birdie

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I had to leave her in Taiwan when I left that beautiful country in 2004.  But I trained a friend and his family for a year before leaving Tinkerbell into their care.  Since then, I flew into Taiwan almost on a yearly basis to spend 2-4 weeks with Tinkerbell.

More shots of her in this

Tinkerbell on motorbike // Jackie, the Greater Indian Hill Mynah and his treats

http://shanlung.live...com/134052.html


Then we do have Riamfada, who was given into my care when we were in the Sultanate of Oman.  Riamfada was a wild caught, and about 5 years old and bitey and fearful when she came to me.

In a year, she was flying freely in the open.  Riamfada and Dommie were very good friends.

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To Shanlung - How to do Free Flight Outside

http://shanlung.live...com/129976.html


It was not just parrots that I seemed to be able to be friends with.
Birds that are classified as aviary birds  seem to accept my friendship.

I have no idea just what is meant by aviary birds , so go google that yourself. Not that I think you get meaningful answers,
especially from those who defined aviary birds.

Such as Yingshiong below

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Yingshiong above is a white rumped shama. A shama is a songbird. He was caught from the wild at about 3 years old. He was given into my charge at about 5 years old. He flew to me on cue within a month of coming to me. Breeders of shamas told me even their breed shamas , some they hand raised, never ever landed on them. They told me above was the first ever they seen of a male shama landing on a human.

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Libai is a Greater Greenleaf song bird. Caught from the wild and probably about 3 years old or so when he came to me.

Even wild caught and old birds can be so easily trained and bonded if you know how.

Here below is Jackie, a Greater Indian Hill Mynah.


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Understanding them is the first and most important step that can be taken.
That is the most fundamental truth in looking after birds.

Birdies or beasties, this is the same.

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 11:51 AM

View Postshanlung, on 22 November 2012 - 11:49 AM, said:

Birdies or beasties, this is the same.

I'm being terrorized by a cockatoo!

And all those birds are beautiful :)

I had a beautiful "pet" bird once, but he/she's gone now :cry:

I can never have him/her back.

I named him Tensho.

Edited by Mnemonix, 22 November 2012 - 11:56 AM.


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Posted 22 November 2012 - 03:52 PM

More pictures of the pretty kitty.

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She's quite tame, and doesn't take off from me. Hopefully, she'll become a good pet.

There are a few other cats at my parents' house, where I'm staying. And I've told them to get the cats neutered!

Edited by Mnemonix, 22 November 2012 - 04:15 PM.


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Posted 22 November 2012 - 04:09 PM

View Postshanlung, on 22 November 2012 - 11:49 AM, said:

Old Man Waffles and friends,

I think I am better known in the birdie forums.  I thought what I done was done by all others.  Allowing the birdie to fly about in the house.
And taking the birdie out on motorbikes.

Then I found not many others do that, even now.  When I first started to write on what I was doing over 10 years ago, I was thrown out of a few forums for heresy and blasphemy.

Here is Tinkerbell when we were together in Taiwan.
Posted Image

A very rare shot of 3 of us below. My wife the camerawoman, myself and the birdie

Posted Image

I had to leave her in Taiwan when I left that beautiful country in 2004.  But I trained a friend and his family for a year before leaving Tinkerbell into their care.  Since then, I flew into Taiwan almost on a yearly basis to spend 2-4 weeks with Tinkerbell.

More shots of her in this

Tinkerbell on motorbike // Jackie, the Greater Indian Hill Mynah and his treats

http://shanlung.live...com/134052.html


Then we do have Riamfada, who was given into my care when we were in the Sultanate of Oman.  Riamfada was a wild caught, and about 5 years old and bitey and fearful when she came to me.

In a year, she was flying freely in the open.  Riamfada and Dommie were very good friends.

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To Shanlung - How to do Free Flight Outside

http://shanlung.live...com/129976.html


It was not just parrots that I seemed to be able to be friends with.
Birds that are classified as aviary birds  seem to accept my friendship.

I have no idea just what is meant by aviary birds , so go google that yourself. Not that I think you get meaningful answers,
especially from those who defined aviary birds.

Such as Yingshiong below

Posted Image

Yingshiong above is a white rumped shama. A shama is a songbird. He was caught from the wild at about 3 years old. He was given into my charge at about 5 years old. He flew to me on cue within a month of coming to me. Breeders of shamas told me even their breed shamas , some they hand raised, never ever landed on them. They told me above was the first ever they seen of a male shama landing on a human.

Posted Image

Libai is a Greater Greenleaf song bird. Caught from the wild and probably about 3 years old or so when he came to me.

Even wild caught and old birds can be so easily trained and bonded if you know how.

Here below is Jackie, a Greater Indian Hill Mynah.


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Understanding them is the first and most important step that can be taken.
That is the most fundamental truth in looking after birds.

Birdies or beasties, this is the same.
awesome birds man
you have good knowledge on birds ? they're pretty hard to deal with .. unlike cats and dogs most of them doesn't like to be " man handled " :D

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 09:48 PM

Pretty kitty, again...

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She seems to be getting used to everyone here.


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Posted 25 November 2012 - 07:28 AM

To Mnemomix who is terrorised by his cockatoo, and Knight of Shadows and friends,


Regardless if you have birdies , or beasties, what I wrote here apply equally.

You might even get your kitty to walk with you in the ocean, or respond immediately to you when you called to them such as

Sieben coming to me




When I decided YS is to go back into his flightroom so Ivan the cat can be out, I just signal with my hand
and tell YS ' go back'. You can see this sequence here, where YS flew back to his flight room and into his cage at my
cue.  You can see in other associated videos YS flying to me.  But I think thats quite mundane as compared to him flying back to his cage.


Yingshiong flies back into cage


The secret, if I can call that a secret, is understanding them and seeing their world from their eyeballs instead of your eyeballs.
Allowing yourself to be the trainee of your birdie and beasties instead of smugly thinking you are the trainer.
Do try to find the time to read
Tinkerbell Legacy - - Rant 03 (a flighted parrot mentality) & Understanding the mind of your grey

http://shanlung.live...l.com/2187.html

And allow the magic to come into the relationship with your birdies and beasties

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 07:30 PM

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My father's pet lovebird, actually. The only picture I have of him.

He isn't around anymore.

He was very bitey... and didn't like going back into his cage.

My father also had another pet bird, but was killed by a civet cat.

There's also a cockatoo, but he's another story...

Edited by Mnemonix, 27 November 2012 - 07:35 PM.


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Posted 27 November 2012 - 07:37 PM

Chunky and Cubi my terrapins
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Posted 28 November 2012 - 04:55 PM

Here's my father's pet killer cockatoo.

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I'm giving him scratches.

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I haven't been feeling too good lately... :(

And waiting for Snow to recover, he's at the vet's.

Just trying to take my mind off things.

Edited by Mnemonix, 28 November 2012 - 04:58 PM.


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Posted 29 November 2012 - 07:08 AM

Sorry, couldn't resist. She was just too cute.

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:41 AM

View PostMnemonix, on 29 November 2012 - 07:08 AM, said:

Sorry, couldn't resist. She was just too cute.

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Aww!! she's curled up in a little ball :wub:


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Posted 29 November 2012 - 01:18 PM

I'm dying to show pictures of my two boxers Ty and Kayla. However....
I don't want to face the consequences of my sister knowing.
Btw there's some good piccys of cats there. Very cute.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:16 AM

Hello, all.

Here's another photo of one of the cats at my parents' house. I thought I'd get a photo of each of them.

Here's Das. I don't really like him, because it's very difficult to get close to him. He's the older brother of the white kitten here.

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He's been here for months and he's still scared of people. Thankfully his sister became tame fairly quickly. She's a lot more friendly than her brother.

He's slowly getting slightly more tame, though, but at a very slow rate. It's still a long way until he's as tame as his sister, as far as I can tell.

Anyway, he isn't a cat that I like very much, not much to say about him...

Any suggestions?

He comes when there's food, but only when the other cats are around.

This is his sister, I can't help posting her pictures because she's just too cute.

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Here, she's courageously exploring the dense Malaysian jungle. Where will her next adventure take place?

Edited by Mnemonix, 30 November 2012 - 07:55 AM.





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