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Date:11/23/2014 11:13:40 PM
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I need your prayer for my FRODO
we are flying by to leave this vote for you and to tell every birdie what Chico, Preety Baby and Marigold did to my special little Frodo.
While flying and playing last Sunday afternoon, the other 3 lovebirds attacked my Frodo, Chico and Pretty Baby bit Frodo on his breast, feet, and his left eye! Marigold bit Frodo on his head, we have never seen our Mommy so angry with her lovebids as she was that Sunday afternoon. Our Mommy put Marigold, Pretty Baby and Chico all in a seperate cage, by themselves... but first Our Mommy caught Frodo and got the quick stop and doctored all of his bleeding wounds.

I ask for prayers for my special Peach faced Lovebird FRODO!Pray that he can see out of his left eye, he may be blind now, because of several bites around his eye.
Frodo is by himself in his own cage and our Mommy is being extra nice to him.
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