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Date:9/20/2014 4:01:04 AM
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Caique advice.
BeetleJuice looks to be a stately avian. I have one question to ask about this breed of bird since you mentioned that he is a good judge of character in the profile. The bird in question is Kiki in which my parents have recently started a blog. My folks own five or six species of parrot types but Kiki is the only one who wants to bite me. I will admit that since I live far away that I have only met Kiki one time but it was a test of wills that Kiki won. My question is, should I not look at the bird in the eye like you should not do a horse or some other human quirk? Any advise would be greatly appreciated. I should mention that I have never owned a bird for a pet.
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