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Date:9/22/2014 1:27:06 PM
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V4U2 from Sammy the greyt
Hi Toots Yes my Pi roomie can get moody too. Not so much at me but at Ollie the youngest grey member of the flock. Even thought we are bigger Scooter will try to steal our food from us. He can eat a lot for a little guy! Mommy got him for company for me since a guy at the bird store told her that he would be a good match for me. Scooter is supposed to be less demanding and a quiter bird, but latley he can be more demanding and way louder than us Greys! He learns from the best. ;)

I hear that Pi's are not that researched so we are all learning about them. I like my Pi roomie if he stays out of
the way of my food and toys!

Thanks for the vote have a greyt day Sammy (:>)=
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