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Date:9/20/2014 6:15:23 PM
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Hi Kahkua... Leroy here
Just wondering... after such a story, has mom thought about possibly clipping the birds' wing feathers so flying is not an option? I know that Mom has clipped some of our feathers, and not others, but she can give you reasons for each of us individually. It is a personally thing where we are concerned, and for example - not clipping TiPaul's wing feathers gives him added self esteem even though he clips them himself by chewing them. LOL We were all set to go to the All Star Baseball Game today but it is postponed until next week, and so Mom is going to clean our cages and play with us. It is a very hot and muggy day and we are not going outside at all. Mom says it is just too humid out there. See you later...
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