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Date:9/23/2014 2:10:13 PM
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Hi, Peepers,
No, we didn't lose any feathers falling off the perch. That's the second or third time furball scared us after we'd been covered and are asleep. The parronts need to remember to shut the door so furball can't follow. We've been lucky in not ever hurting ourselves during any night frights. A couple of feathers here and there, but no blood feathers.

Lots of temp swings in your area. Hopefully with those 50s temps you'll get some sun. While it might not feel that warm outside it will feel good coming in thru the windows. Looks nice too.

We saw where Sunshine is a player so she made the team. Now, just need a couple more cheerleaders and the 'tiel terrors are set. We sent our numbers in already.

Hopefully Dixie will try some of the new foods. If not your mom can just keep offering 'em until he does, heehee.

Keep warm, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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