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Date:9/23/2014 6:31:23 PM
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Very bratty bird
Tessa was out at her usual time last night and moved off my shoulder on to the back of the chair I was sitting in. She was playing around back there for a while and later on I turned my shoulder to see where she was and she was no where in sight. So I whistled to her and she whistled back but I still didn't know where she was. Finally figured out she was under the blanket which was draped over the back of the chair. My wife, Char came over and lifted the blanket up and Tessa was caught by her toe on a loose thread. As Char was prying the thread off her toe, Tessa latched on to her finger with her beak pretty hard. She was biting down for all she was worth. Ungrateful bird! I finally distracted her and Tessa let go of Char's finger. No blood drawn, but it sure must of hurt. Tessa went back to playing around and finally went back on her own to the inside of her cage. Poor Char.
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