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Date:10/31/2014 2:26:17 AM
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Hi, Frannie and flock,
The parronts both adore shelties, but never had one. The furball here is pictured in our gallery. She was a kinda rescue and is a lil over a year old. We don't trust her as she's rather rambunctious and exciteable. Last year she got a baby bird that fell out of the nest outside skinsis window. Mom pried open her jaw and it was still alive, but understandably stunned. The parronts assumed it survived. Perhaps with 2 furballs they are a team and don't feel the need to befriend you 'tiels. How brave of Snowflake to fly near 'em and get barked at. We go sleek when we hear that barking.

Have a wonderful day, wing hugs, beak kisses and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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