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Date:11/27/2014 12:19:36 AM
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DAY 4 -Weekends=mom has chores. THANKS FOR VOTE!
After adjusting to their house, a few years later when one of mother’s younger twin brother wanted to get a bird. He was 12 at the time. But mother’s mother said no and they make messes and takes time to clean them. Well even hearing from his mother he still wanted a bird and wanted to prove that he could take care of one. So after school, he went to a store to fetch a bird, he got boy American budgie. So when he brought it home with his cage, his mother was unhappy. She told him to get rid of the budgie but he wanted a chance. So she decided to let the budgie stay for a week. And so the younger twin brother started taking care of him and feeding him. The budgie wasn’t tame and he wasn’t allowed to take him out of his cage for playing. After a week, his mother got attached to the budgie and let it stay. She liked hearing the sound the budgie made and found it adorable. Then the younger twin brother decided to get a female for him and breed them. So he bought a female and a black box along with a book. He tried to get the female to go inside the black box but she wouldn’t. One time his mother accidently moved the box and the female jumped in and along with the male. The younger twin brother went to check on them and he saw that they had eggs the next few days. Well he was happy and after a few weeks, the baby birds hatched out. Only four made it. He let the mother of the babies take care of them. So when the babies grew into juvenile budgies, he couldn’t keep all of them so he sold 3 of the budgies leaving only the one of the juvenile budgies who was a male. He was quite happy with his momma and papa budgies. Unfortunately one time while the younger twin brother was cleaning the cage and the father and son flew away when someone left the door open. The mother was left alone in the cage. It was sad but the momma budgie still lived even after her family leaving her. To be continued…..
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