Diskutiere vorsorgliche tötung??!!!? im Vogelgrippe / Geflügelpest Forum im Bereich Allgemeine Foren; Hallo Texmandie! Was hast du für einen Vogel? Hast du Angst, dass er sich ansteckt? LG Julia...
- 27.02.2006, 17:43 #131
- 27.02.2006, 17:52 #132
Ich habe mehr Angst, dass die Huehne in der Naehe werden sich anstecken, und meinen Vogel wird getoetet sein unter Gesatz. :(
Ich habe einen Braunohrsittich. Ich habe sie mit mir gebraucht wann ich bin aus USA gekommen.
Zitat von Emily:-)
- 27.02.2006, 18:05 #133
Ich glaube nicht das deinem Vogel etwas passiert. Wer weiß denn, dass du so einen Vogel bei dir zu Hause hast? Du hälst den Vogel doch im Haus, oder?
Wir halten unsere Sittiche draußen. Unser Nachbar hat Hühner, aber Angst haben wir nicht.
(Ich hoffe du kannst mich verstehen)
- 27.02.2006, 18:06 #134
the chicken next door should be in a stable by now, so the risk of infection is limited. They may be killed in case of an outbreak or case of H5N1 nearby (within 3-10 km), because chicken belong to eatable poultry and are extremeley susceptible to the virus. So far, it is not planned to kill pet birds as well, unless maybe those of an affected chicken owner. However, what could happen is that no birds and bird products are allowed to be moved into or from such a "protection" or "observation" area within some three weeks. At any rate, change your shoes when entering the house.
No, it is not any safer in a city. If they find a positive crow near our garden, who knows, what will be done with my cockateels ? If you want to take even more precaution, write up a hygiene plan for all people handling your bird to follow and hold it under the official veterinarian's nose, should he show up.
So does your name tell us you came from Texas ? At any rate, hello from Kansas. Hope this time it lucks out of being the first place for the start of a new pandemia.
- 27.02.2006, 18:49 #135
Unfortunately, they are my landlord's chickens, probably on the same property as I am, and his wife feels free to drop into my apartment anytime she thinks I haven't been venting my windows properly. (their apartment shares an interior door with mine). I generally get along really well with them, though.
I had to tell him off TWICE for not stabling the chickens! "But there's no bird flu here!"
"Not yet, and if your birds are out, they're more likely to be killed, along with mine."
If I see the chickens out again, I *am* moving.
I'm also going to say that absolutely no one is to enter the room I keep the bird in, under ANY circumstance, without me being present and making sure everyone has removed their shoes and used hand sanitizer. Should I see evidence of anyone entering my apartment without my being present, I'll move.
I haven't taken my bird out of the apartment in about a year, so lack of movement is not really an issue (though I'm looking to buy an apartment in said bigger city within the next few months, anyway).
I figured there was no place safer than an Innenstadt that, best I can tell, has no trees.
Zitat von Vogelklappe