care of the family
The Sentient World of
*Love Your Pets as Yourself
*An Effective and Safe
Disinfectant for All Sentient Beings
*A Loving Reminder
to Consider Other Beings
*The Power of Telepathy
*Our Animal Friends
Enter the Golden Age
*‘Hallo’ from Our Animal
*Innocence and Familiarity
among Diverse Species
*Unlikely Animal Companions
Lead the Way to a Loving World
*A Miracle Dog and
Caring Teenager Teach Detachment and Love for All Beings
Message for Master
*Vegetarian Pets Leave
*Vegetarian Pets, the
*Keeping Your Dog
*The Story of a Vegetarian
Cat — Little Bighead
*Happy Doggie —
Celestial Clothes and Sleeping Mattresses for Dogs
*Healthy, Cozy and
*Tips from Master for Bird Lovers
The Golden Age Lifestyle
170, Helpful Tips
Sand perches are expensive
and hurtful. Use sand paper to cover the under-half
of the perches so the birds’ nails will be trimmed
automatically without hurting their feet. Choose perches
of the right size that allow their nail tips just to touch
the sandpaper underneath. Use finer or coarser sandpaper,
according to the bird’s size. If different grit
sandpaper cannot be found, then coarser sandpaper is okay
for both big and small birds, but finer sandpaper is not
suitable for big birds.
have to ask for non-toxic glue (so even children can “eat”
it without harm!). If the glue doesn’t stick to
the perch, secure with painter’s tape around the
sandpaper to keep it in place until glue dries (five hours
to overnight, depending on the brand).
Remove painter’s tape, and voil!
to cover the under-half of the perches.
Nothing lasts forever with their beaks (even
hard perches). So please repeat the same process after “eaten”
Materials: Perch, non-toxic glue, sandpaper, painter’s
tape, measuring tape, pen, blade cutter, ruler or straight-edged
Measure 1/2 the circumference of the perch.
Mark the measurement on sandpaper.
Cut sandpaper to the right size.
Bend sides a little to accommodate perch.
Apply glue on back side of sandpaper.
Press sandpaper onto perch gently, so as not to hurt
your skin (can use working gloves).
Wrap painter’s tape tightly around perch.
…till the end of sandpaper section.
After glue dries, peel away painter’s tape.
Scrape off excess dried glue.
Finished perch—ready to use!
Use wood shavings (same packets used as bedding and litter
for rabbits, etc.) to line the bottom of birdcages.
It’s very easy to scoop away every day and keep
clean. Change the entire bedding every 10 days.
wood deodorizes and absorbs any birds’ waste more
than other kinds of materials.
Removing the bottom mesh from the cage would be best. This
is so that if the bird falls, he lands on a soft bed of
wood shavings instead of hard metal, therefore not getting
hurt or injured.
If you have pets, use only mixed vinegar-water solution
(50%-50%) to clean houses, cages, perches, etc… And
use non-toxic skin cream to avoid causing illness to your
beloved dogs, cats, birds, etc… when they come in
contact with it through your handling daily.
are Stepping Into the Golden Age
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are the Supreme Master
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