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Date:10/30/2014 9:54:08 PM
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Hi Beautiful!
So, you want to learn out to break out of your cage. it all depends on what kind of lock your door has. mine has this spring thingie, and I carefully grasp it with my beak form inside the cage and pull it, and I pull the cage door at the same time. I know Mom did a video of me... she said if you go to bird videos, click on browde videos, then there is a place to type in key words. Type in Pepper escapes and watch real carefully. Mom had not properly locked the new lock she put on, because i got it off. She heard me playing with it and grabbed the camera. THis was a long time ago, before we moved. Now, she is very careful about locking it or she finds me in with the other birds. I will open other cages too, if given half a chance. hope to see you later today. Missing you... Wing his abd beaky kisses... your Pepper
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