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Date:10/31/2014 12:52:07 AM
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Hi Chipper
Well, Mom and I have it down to a science now. She gets me to fly to her shoulder and we do a walkabout around the house. There isn't even any pie left, but when we come back to my room I am good with climbing down on to and then in to my carrier to go outside. I do get a treat out there though, because the nutriberries come outside with us.

Speaking of nutriberries, is anyone else having trouble finding the large bags? They are a much better deal, but our local pet store says they can't get them and haven't been able to for a couple of months. Mom should see Amazon has them, since she gets free shipping.

The jambalaya turned out great, and I had some for dinner last night and lunch after my sunbath. Mom is amazed that I like shrimp, but I really enjoy beaking it until the good stuff is gone and then I spit out what is left on Mom. Works for me!

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