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Date:8/21/2014 10:14:39 AM
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Hi from Woof and Meow
We did get our prize, Maxie -- a new playgym and some Nutriberry treats -- and we love both. Hope your human had some fun in Arizona, but sorry to hear you had to stay in your cage. Our human just bought a special stick perch for our bird-sitter. It's a long stick that has a hand shield on one end so it's hard to bite him. Your human can actually make one of these. Get a 2 liter bottle of anything, empty it out, cut off the end of the bottle, and get a stick (or perch) that fits into the pouring hole. The idea is that your grandmom can pick you up with the stick but be protected by the plastic bottle because you'll step up on the other end of the perch that protrudes from the pouring hole. Cool idea, huh? Think it might work for you? You might be scared of it at first, like we were. But once you get used to it, it's not so bad. V4U! Woof & Meow
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