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Date:9/30/2014 5:15:12 PM
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Hi Popeye
How awful that poor CAG was treated so badly by your Mom's brother! The child should have been told to respect the bird and how would she like it if the bird poked his talons in her eyes for no reason but to see how much fun it would be to aggravate someone or something! And to have the bird fly free into the house and not give it to your parronts who would love and cherish that sweet thing forever! What is this with such an exorbitant amount of money,the bird wasn't even his to sell! I do hope that wherever that poor CAG is now he's in a loving home that treats him with respect and love!
I'm looking forward to hearing Ginger's story! You have such a wonderful loving flock and such warm loving Parronts who love you dearly! I am sooo happy for you!
Wishing you a great day and I'm sending you all my love along with warm birdie hugs and soft beakie kisses! Love,Dixie
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