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Date:9/19/2014 5:48:08 AM
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Hi Miss LaLo! Happy Saturday!
From the big ruckus yesterday, brother & sister cat received some nasty scratches which Mom has been doctoring with some good old fashion soap & water, then some antibiotic cream. Merciful sakes! They act like she's putting ACID on them! If it were me, I WOULD be putting acid on them! Rotten cats!

Mom is still watching my head & blaming herself for my head getting clobbered. I flew when those cats came into the kitchen & Mom has always taught me when the cats were around, to "FLY UP, SAMMY!" I did what I was trained to do and now have a sore noggin for it. Mom says it's still the best way to keep away from predators. Now, she just has to teach me, if I'm in my cage, just to slam the door shut!! Good luck with THAT one!

Today I have been out & about & flew to my "vacation niche" Mom didn't raise too much of a fuss but all my perches & papers aren't up here. She started fixing an early lunch of some minestrone soup and I came flying into the kitchen then & went on over to my cage top! I liked the smell I was smelling! Mom fixed a bowl & had my food cup prepared. She put some tomatoes, green beans, peas, carrots, & yummy pasta in my bowl. I went into my cage to eat & Mom didn't hear a peep out of me. My flying & my walking & climbing show no ill effects from my noggin getting clobber. Yesterday, it was different because I let Mom hold & cuddle me, which I never really do. Scritches on my terms only is the norm around here. A bird has to keep some dignity for gracious sakes!

If you're wondering about PsychoPuff kitty, aka, CocoPuff, she didn't get any scratches that Mom could see nor any bites. Her face is clear as well as her legs & paws. Mom dug through all the fur on this long-haired cat, and well, just dug right to the other side! That cat is nothing but FUR! Those other cats can't hurt her because her coat is so thick! Maybe all that fur was getting some of Coco's "thatch" pulled out from all those layers of fur! Yes, Mom brushes her but has to watch out from making her too excited then she attacks! Yeah, she's one of those you can't pet all that much. It's like winding a rubber band tighter & tighter then, WATCH OUT!!

I'm telling you, that PsychoPuff has got it out for Mom! She's so demented that if she can't have Mom 24/7, no one will have Mom! She's always trying to make her fall and if she does....she's gonna go for the throat! Just like a real lion would do when chasing prey! Coco can't chase, but she darts back & forth in a zigzag right in front of where Mom walks & Mom tries NOT to step on her! I say, STEP ON HER!! Mom has been brought down by that cat performing that tactic like a well oiled assassin! I'm keeping my eye on ALL of them! My work is cut out for me! Proving CocoPuff has these dark intentions is a hard thing to do. She's suppose to be rehabilitated BUT I see what she's doing! I'll squawk with you later, Miss LaLo! Hugs to all, SamIAm
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