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Date:10/30/2014 9:26:05 PM
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Hi Bubbles and flock
HOw's everything downunder? Do you have Christmas like we do? Does it get cold there? I got my foot tangled in a skinny little rope that was attached to a toy. I tried to get my foot off the rope but it was so stuck. When my parronts found me, I had chewed my toes off. Then they took me inside to a little travel cage to take care of my foot and I kept chewing it so there was no foot left. They then wrapped it in a big bandage so I couldn't chew it anymore. I have a picture on my page with my bandage on. I had it for 10 days until I didn't chew my foot anymore. My parronts removed all the skinny strings hanging in the aviary and put big ropes up so this won't happen again.
I have 3 babies and I'm teaching them to fly and eat from a bowl with my husbird, Limon. One baby is still in the nest but the other 2 are keeping me and Limon super busy.
Hope you had a great weekend!
Your friend, Lima
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