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Date:11/21/2014 7:29:26 PM
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Hey Meiko
Thanks for checking in. I am doing fine and the scab is still hanging on. It stays loose around the edges and I like to scratch at it. I am finally finished with all my medicines and in my cage full time. The doctor said momma has done a good job at getting my beak to heal up and to keep up the good work. Some has started to grow back on the top just a little. The bottom beak is overgrowing though since I can't grind it anymore. So, momma has to file it down about every week now.

Since I am doing so much better, Ruby apparently got jealous and had to see the doctor yesterday. She has some kind of skin problem thing going on with her feet and it hurts her. So, she is having trouble perching. She is also doing this toe-tapping thing which is only common in eclectus birds. She is weird anyway. Momma always has to worry about at least one of us birdies.

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