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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 3:20 am    Post subject: Trees in England

Hi everyone

I have read the posts on which branches to use for my kak in his cage (house kak) What branches can i use that i can get here. I have bought a few different things for him but he seems to slip on them any suggestions.

He is 5 months old now and in a couple of weeks i should be getting another one (girl) this might sound stupid emb but when they are old enough will they breed with them being in a cage in the house, and if so is it just a case of putting a nest box in

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I have read the posts on which branches to use for my kak in his cage (house kak) What branches can i use that i can get here. I have bought a few different things for him but he seems to slip on them any suggestions.


Head out to the garden or local park/forest and ick up a couple off the ground

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He is 5 months old now and in a couple of weeks i should be getting another one (girl) this might sound stupid but when they are old enough will they breed with them being in a cage in the house, and if so is it just a case of putting a nest box in


yes but think it thru, they breed...house cage...where do you intend to wean and keep them?

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