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Date:9/1/2014 6:12:38 AM
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Hi, Mackenzie,
What good news that Roxy is okay. Do they have to take the fatty tumor out anyway? One would think Jenna will eventually learn to trust the parronts and also seeing how the other dogs behave and trust 'em will give her confidence and know what being spoiled, err, loved really means.

Baby bird story part 2: After the baby got over the shock of being in furball's mouth it apparently tried to fly again. It ended up on the ground again and hid underneath something dad had outside with about an inch clearance. Naturally, furball found it again, but couldn't get to it. She had to stay inside the house (very tough during spring when she likes to be outside to sunbathe)to alleviate the stress on the baby bird.

The next morning the parronts didn't see it anywhere and figured it finally got to flying and joined the parent birds. Furball was allowed outside (potty breaks the day before were done with her leashed, she was not happy with that) and dad heard a baby bird cry again and saw it in furball's mouth again!!! Where did she find it?? (jungle sized lawn probably as dad hadn't mowed it) So, parronts cornered furball again, extracted baby bird and it hopped behind the shed where it hid under something else. Furball was stuck inside for another day.

The next day the parronts did not see the baby anywhere and allowed furball outside. The parent birds seemed to be around with a lil one or two, so not sure if it survived, but it had lots of chances and the parronts think it must've finally flown as they didn't see a body anywhere.

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