I had been wanting to have a pet for a long time but never get the chance to and nobody wants me to. They were okay with pigeon when I told them that pigeon could wear diaper. They think animals poop a lot and is dirty. And I was suppose to show them that I could take care a good care of it to be able to have a pet. I never have a pet before and heard pigeon make good companion. It was hard to find any pigeon near by but I finally found one, took me like more than 2 month of searching. So I brought a pigeon, it's been 4 weeks now almost a month and there is no sign of improvement and I guess I made him lose my trust but he didn't trust me from the beginning anyway. I think the pigeon is a male don't know if he is young or an adult. Heard that the younger the pigeon will be more easier to adapt. When I first brought him he was of course scared and his poop was bad and liquid (Now poop is firm, I feed him grit and some good seeds) when he ate some food and rest, after that he was trying to escape like crazy and poking his head out and I was surprised (He stills do that, when he tries to escape his food spills out of the cage, the water and his poop also, he lives indoor in my room). At least on the first day after trying to pet him, he was a bit okay with it, and was able to eat off of my hand. Then when it was night time I covered the cage with a blanket, and he was cooing. The next morning I lift up the blanket, and he was still scare and then won't eat from hands anymore. Since I couldn't transfer him else where, I have to clean the inside cage by letting my hand enter in and slowly pick it out and wipe it out, he was staring at the hands (Now I just clean the inside by sliding out the pan and when finish slide it back in) I did try to pick him up though, to check on him, I don't know if he have any bugs and he smell like when you enter a chicken coop and recently I see him have a white something crawling on his back (He takes shower in his cage, I spray water on him) when he sees the hands his neck went high and eyes becomes huge. There was also that time 2 weeks ago when I sew a pigeon pant for him so he can get out of his cage, I try putting on him. It was his first time getting out and he just went to the corner trying to get it off, it was bad idea he hates the pigeon pant so I stop the pigeon pant, since having to change it so frequently having to go after him kind of thing. He was also shaking. He was grunting and growling at people when they enter my room and hands. When I appoarch him I make sure to put my hands behind my back, except for when I have to clean and feed him. When I was going to buy a pigeon I was just thinking of just buying a small cage for him to sleep in and he won't stay in the cage. I don't think he will be happy being in his cage for his entire life. And I don't know when he will be okay. I could feed and clean him but I don't know anything about pigeon and there is few information. So now I am watching him like an aquarium. I guess it's understandable he used to live with the other pigeons until he got sold out and it's natural for them to act that way for survival. I kind of feel bad because I couldn't give the pigeon a good home where he feels safe and comfortable. As well as letting the both of us have a good experience of each other.