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Date:10/30/2014 9:30:36 PM
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Escape artist
How is everybirdie? Tessa managed to squeeze out of the cage through her food cup door while I was changing the cup. She blocked the swinging latch from coming down and got out. Tessa thought it was playtime, but it was getting off to work for Dad. So I just completed the rest of my morning chores, while she hung out, but no luck...she knew she wasn't supposed to be out. She got between the cage and the wall so I had to get the net which has a long handle. I used the handle end to encourage her out but once she was out she flew over to Zena's cage. Step up just wouldn't work here, so I just netted her and brought her back to the cage. Later at night she had her usual out time. When I am sitting down in the chair by her cage, she hangs out and goes back inside on her own. Such a funny girl.
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