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Date:10/21/2014 4:07:02 AM
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Hello Miranda~
I'm only slightly tardy in getting back to you with a response to your note from July 28. Okay, that's not 'slightly', that's ridiculously late!

Yes, Arthur is now a part of the McFlock. He's gone from being my neighbor to being my frother! He's still a neighbor too, in a way seeing as his abode is just one cage over from mine. Alfie's cage is in between us. I've resided beside Alfie for as long as I can remember so the room arrangement just always aims to keep us two as next-door neighbors. Art is not yet venturing around the room any. He seems most comfortable sticking close to his familiar cage. On occasion he's been startled by something (most the 'Tiels zooming through the room on one of their flap sessions) and flown across the room himself but he always treks right back to his digs. In the days when he would visit along with Jenny and Uncle Chuck, he'd park himself on the back of RaneBeau's cage and not move an inch. I imagine he sort of wonders why he's here all the time now and why Jenny isn't beside him. I feel bad for him in that respect. Alfie hangs out on the front of Art's cage a lot so Art's got a little Zon company here. There most be something about the big Grey guy that draws Amazon parrots to him!

As for Uncle Chuck, it is quite concerning how his health is complicating life for him more and more these days but he's a trooper and keeps on marching, even if the going gets tough at times. I'll be seeing him this week when he comes down to visit while Chyna and her parronts are here. I'll keep an eye on him for sure that day.

Wishing you a GREYT day!

K *v*
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