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Date:10/25/2014 10:12:40 AM
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Finally out
My wife finally got Zena to come out of her cage last night. She did not want to come out for almost a week, having lost her flight feathers in a cage fright incident. A photo album from the shelf behind her cage fell out in the middle of the night and she must of fluttered all her flight feathers off. At least that is what we figured out with all the feathers at the bottom of the cage and the album against the cage. When she came out the next night, she flew about five feet and fluttered to the floor. Char picked her up for her usual snuggles, but the next night she couldn't ber cozxed out of the cage. So we let it ride for the week and Char got her to come out tonight.
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