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Date:9/22/2014 9:21:30 PM
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Hi, Cleo,
Yeah, we like to keep tabs on each other. If we can't see our fellow bird we call and squawk like crazy until we're back together. Sometimes one of us will fly off first (usually Pearl) and if Silver isn't right behind then Pearl returns and if we don't land on the same place one will join the other. We are discouraged from sitting on top of the open door as well since it is very chew worthy.

We don't have carpet so it's easy to march around. There is carpet in skinsis bedroom, but that's where furball sleeps so we don't go in there. When we were younger we used to hang out with skinsis and that getting a claw stuck in carpet isn't fun but don't recall not being able to balance on it, so must be a skill you haven't quite mastered.

Have a great day, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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