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Date:11/27/2014 10:32:38 AM
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Thats great, hehe sounds so cute, an 'attitude'. I know exactly what you mean though! When I was younger we had a female budgie fly into our yard too! She was grazing on the lawn and being harassed by sparrows and Myners. We went outside and grabbed her off the fence, she was starving. She was our second pet, the first was a canary. She had so much spunk, she was light green and yellow and was a big girl. She had a BF we got for her but was always the boss, tipping over her bowls, making soup, tunnling under her paper and boxing her soccer balls. Her name was budge and she lived till a ripe old age, even after getting eye problems and going blind she lived on for 4 more years. Her mate passed earlier due to respritory problems though, sadly. Her name was budge and she reminds me of your booty's description :)
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