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Date:11/24/2014 5:10:17 PM
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November 5th
Hello it's SKY here,
The weekend is over, and it is back to work Monday for many. I am looking forward to this upcoming week as we continue to explore, " EVERYTHING BIRDS"
Today I would like to introduce my flockily. Many have come from situations that were far from ideal. Some of my flockily are here on BC. The one common denominator is that as varied as we are by species, life's stories, we all are happily sharing a safe, loving life with our Momma Deb.
First, I would like to introduce my frother JESSE. Jesse was once a much loved pet, living in only one home until his Dad got ill and passed away. Jesse then was a much unwanted burden by his Momma. Moved from his large cage in the center of their world, to a small Quaker sized cage in a dark lonely corner, Jesse grieved for his beloved Dad. Over time his grief turned to anger, and vicious biting. Afraid, he was often unfed and left dirty. HE was sold to a lady that loved him, but was terrified of him all the same. He remained locked in for 18 months more, until Momma Deb heard of him, and decided to check it out. Jesse was surrendered to my Momma and came to live here. No longer caged, Momma Deb is the only one he trusts.
Then came my fister, Little Angel, the families clown. Typical of all Blue crowned Conures she is outgoing and always into something. Little Angel was a pet owned by a young couple. Over time children came, life changed, work demands increased and she was lonely for all the attention she had previously known. Upset by her situation, she began pulling out a feather here and there. As stress increased she became a chronic feather chewer and puller. Her family was embarrassed by their now featherless bird. She was moved to a room away from people. When she vocally complained, Little Angel was moved to a closet where she lived many years often not fed or watered. Finally fed-up, the family took her to the Vet to have her euthanized. Cindy George who rescued me, worked there. Seeing Little Angel's happy, friendly manner both the Vet and Cindy refused to follow her owners request. Little Angel went into the same rescue I lived in. Momma Deb adopted Little Angel and she lives happily naked here with me.
Today I would like to tell you a bit about my African Grey Congo fister ANGEL. Angel was bred and owned by her first owner. Finding work hours increasing the owner decided to sell Angel. Angel was purchased by a lady from Peterborough, Ontario. Having done no research, and lacking large bird skills, the woman soon found herself overwhelmed by Angels aggressive behaviour. Angel was so aggressive that she lunged and flew into people's faces to bite. She became violent and would attack without warning.
Tomorrow I shall continue sharing about ANGEL, and talk a little about our life here.
Congratulations to Dudley on winning BOTD- hope everybirdie stops by to visit him.
with my heart filled with love,
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