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Date:11/28/2014 9:29:50 PM
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Spotlight on Caring-TAZ part 5
Hi birdies, SKY here with the 5th part of our interview with the PROCTOR flock. I wish to thank TAZ and his Mom Gail for sharing with us. SKY; please, continue to tell us about your wonderful flock members. JEWEL was the next to join the flock, Burt saw her in one of the local bird stores and as I said before he is a sucker for birdies needing a home so Burt paid for her and home she came. He thought that maybe she would help mom get over TJ. She was originally purchased from the store as a present for a man's wife but was returned after she decided she didn't like the woman and bit her. Guess what, she is my girl now...see what taking a little time can do.
CALABAR was a Mitred conure and was Jewel’s best friend. Their cages were close to each other and they would be visiting and playing together all day long. Calabar was one of the bird store employee’s bird but they also had an Umbrella cockatoo that attacked her and left a mark on her beak so they wanted a safer environment for her so we took her in. Before she came to live with her previous owner her life was not so good, she was exposed to a lot of bad things like cigarette smoke, marijuana smoke etc. she did not get a good diet their either…taco chips etc. She lived in a party house that was not a proper place for a parrot. She was with us for 10 years and one day we came home and found her on the bottom of her cage. She had passed away while we were gone. We had a necropsy done and it was found that she had a hole in her proventicular and some other issues probably caused by her diet and exposure to bad air. I miss her a lot as she was a very sweet girl who loved to ride on shoulders and loved car rides.

Scooby Doo joined us after we used to visit another bird store here and we saw him there a few times but then he got sold to a lady who ended up returning him as she said she was allergic to him. We used to visit him at the store until one day Scooby was out and sitting on a little girls shoulder and he decided he would fly over to visit me and he sat on my shoulder for the rest of the time I was there so they decided to buy him and a new cage and home he came. Burt calls him the Universal Parrot...he loves everyone and never bites. He is a joy to take to schools as he loves the kids there.
with my heart filled with love,
SKY 224183
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