Erm, I wouldn't recommend it...
yes. They can mine were in the same cage. Parakeet is basically the word budgie.
A budgie and a parakeet are the same thing.
No. The parrot might kill the parakeet :(
No you can't the Alexander parakeet.
YES, but only after the American parakeet beats the English parakeet in a revolution.
If they are the same sex, they could be challenging each other during their mating seasons.
Well, this is possible, if you want to have baby parakeets. If you do, keep thing in the same cage and install a nesting box. If you do not want to have babies, I sugest geeting a cage for each keet.
NO! never do that. Trust me. BAD experience
Yes you can. I have done that.
They luv eachutha!
Unless the birds were raised together you will have a dead parakeet or parrolett. Parroletts are VERY VERY territorial and unless raised together the parrolett will try to chase off or kill your parakeet.
maybe not . . .I think
Generally speaking - absolutely not - but there are always exceptions, though in this case they are vanishingly rare.
since no one has answered you... I thought I would let you know my rat killed and ate my two gerbils. I let her out for a while and she found a way into the gerbil cage and she attacked them. ick. Another rat I had killed it's cage mate (rat).
No, the only other animal a rabbit can live in the same cage with is a guinea pig and other rabbits.
I just purchased a female Parakeet and a week later purchased a Male. Currently they are both in differetnt cages but I would like to know if I can put them together ?
If there are two or more in the same cage, one of the other birds is pulling them out.
As long as they have the proper cage size, yes
They are physically able to live in the same cage however, some bunnies fight with others of a different breed.
I have no problem with my two male parakeets in the same cage. Peppy (a male) came to live with me first. I went to the pet store to buy a female parakeet, Tika......who turned out to be male as well. They just love each other and are great friends. Beware of a lot of preening going on however!
Yes, we had 2 lovebirds and a parakeet which were all in the same cage. They were all female and one of the lovebirds was the mediator between the other 2. The mediator lovebird passed away and the parakeet and other lovebird get along perfectly.