I was given a mated pair of Ringneck doves from someone that wasn't able to keep them anymore and I offered to find a home for them. The doves came with food, grit, large cage, and perches. My husband does NOT want them (I already have outdoor chickens and rabbits, we have an indoor dog, so he's feeling like we're crittered out), so we compromised...I will keep them outdoors (they were kept outdoors at their prior owner) for 2 weeks to find a home for them, and in good faith I've kept an ad running on craigslist since bringing them home a week ago. She laid an egg yesterday, so instead of being able to snuggle together for warmth at night, she's cozy on the nest, and he's shivering on the perch...my husband relented and let them come in the house last night, provided they don't wake him up (he works full time, I'm a stay at home mom - thankfully they didn't utter a peep all night). I've never had doves before, I'm hoping hubby will let me keep them permanently, but in the meantime what should I do for them, other than clean cage, fresh food/water/grit? Do they need or like a shallow pan of water to bathe in? What should I do (if anything) for the newly hatched chick (assuming it hatches - she's sitting on it really well). Thanks!