[Tweeters] re: Pet fur for nest material: yea or nay?

Laurie C Beden laurie.c.beden at gmail.com
Sun Apr 9 21:32:48 PDT 2017


Be sure your pet fur has not come from an animal being treated with Advantage Flea/Tick meds.

Laurie Beden
Kennydale, WA
Laurie dot C dot Beden at gmail dot com



> On Apr 9, 2017, at 5:39 PM, Catherine <cma at squeakyfiddle.com> wrote:

>

> Pet fur - yes! It's a great insulator.

>

> Dryer lint - no! It holds moisture and will chill the nestlings.

>

> We used to save our old dog's shed undercoat during the year to put out in the spring. He passed a while ago but left us one last bag that will go out this year. Good dog!

>

> Catherine Alexander

> Lakewood neighborhood

> South Seattle

>

>

>> On Apr 9, 2017, at 5:01 PM, Michelle Maani <lamoustique at yahoo.com> wrote:

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>> My neighborhood chickadees seem to like my cat's fur, which I put out on my deck. It's quite amusing to watch them stuff their little beaks with it. They also like my hair.

>> Michelle Maani

>> Salmon Creek, Vancouver,WA

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