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Date:7/28/2014 4:08:59 AM
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Hi gorgeous Sam
Wow Sam you are some hunk...hahaha...I think I am a little too young to be looking at hunks like you. I am going to wait for my lost pal Sunshine first before I start thinking about looking at other species. I thank you for such a nice blog about Spring and your thoughts for Sunshine's hopeful return. Its been 3 months yesterday and me and mom aren't going to give up. Mom went to see a cockatiel at a lady's house they found this past Friday. Was 10 miles away. But mom said she didn't think if was Sunshine. Mom has been so emotional on finding him that maybe she isn't sure. She's trying but she thinks that bird they found was maybe still a baby or young one. She said his feet looked too pinky and youthful like mine (Spring's) because I am young less than 2 yrs old. Mom said she called his name but the bird was jittery and like wanted to respond but was nervous which makes sense. I think young cockatiels like me are all nervous cuz we have energy and like to act lively. I think Sunshine is more settled and likely wouldn't be acting so jittery. My mom been writing everyone asking to send their helpful input or feedback cuz mom isn't a specialist or experienced only with one cockatiel for 19yrs who was no problem raising. But now mom is anxious to find Sunshine and maybe can't be positive now what she sees. Could her emotions be hindering her when she sees another cockatiel and she almost thinks its Sunshine. Sunshine didn't have any marks to identify him. No tatoos, no different colored toenails absolutely nothing that stood out. Mom used to say he was "a perfect bird". Everything about him was perfect. The only thing she used to say that she would notice his feet were looking older, aging but he was still good overall. But the bird mom saw yesterday seemed thin, young looking pinkish feet with very short and frail toenails. She said I don't think that's Sunshine. So mom is talking to me Spring about this since yesterday. Maybe you can help us to identify what we should consider when we look at a found cockatiel and what to maybe expect to see after being in the wild for 3 months. Your help or input is welcomed...Thank you so much....SPRING and thanks I am happy I bring Spring in the form of flowers, gardens, veggies, tomatoes all that comes in Spring and I am now mom's Spring. please write me your thoughts, Patricia
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