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Date:9/19/2014 12:06:41 AM
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No Lil' bleu peep was not very shy, she wanted company. But Miss Green Eggs and she would do battle if left out together on the playstands. And it wasnt worth one of them getting hurt. So I would leave her out alone and I noticed she would immediately go to the Green Cheeks cage and the two of them would carry on for months this went on and finally I left Echo out to be with Bleu Peep and they just got along famously. Playing to beat the band. And then one day I noticed Bleu Peep was in Echo's flight cage and I just left her there. And she has been there ever since. I was really concerned about the two of them as both are very territorial females....but somehow they both wanted to be together.
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