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Date:11/26/2014 3:22:00 PM
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Hi Dixie
It's me, Popeye.
I'm sure that Brenna new that your mom loved her. Never underestimate the intelligence of a little bird. If you were to size a human to the amount of the bird's smarts, the human would be the size of the Empire State Building. So, what I'm getting at is, even though Brenna was grossly mistreated by a human that should have been taught a lesson by being treated the same way, she knew that your mom was a kind loving person and I'm sure, returned the love.
There's one more thing about my life to tell you. You're probably wondering why I lost my breast feathers. Well, it goes back to 1998. Back then I had a Cocktiel brother named Korkey. He was my brother and my best bird friend. Korkey was the only one who could come into my cage. He lived in the cage next door and both of our cage doors were alweys open. Korkey would walk into my cage and eat my food and I didn't care. Well, one day he started having breathing problems and kept coughing. Dad took him to the vet but by that time it was too late and Korkey died at the vet. I didn't understand that he had flown to the Rainbow Bridge and I kept calling for him but he never answered. At about the same time, dad rearanged our room and got us different cages. The stress of loosing my brother and then being moved around was just too much for me and I started to pluck out my feahters. Dad noticed and started giving me more attention and eventually I stopped plucking. But it was too late for my feathers. They'll never grow back. But my dad still loved me and still loves me today. I guess that's why I've lived as long as I have. I have a good thing here and don't want to leave it.
Hugs,
Popeye.
PS
Please stop by and meet our new Budgie sister, Emmie. She'd love to meet you.
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