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Date:9/30/2014 5:20:30 PM
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I confess, I need some help. I have a new owner and she is so sweet to me. But I have bitten her badly, twice. How do I know it was bad, well, hehe, when she bleeds she spouts like a fountain! And screaaaammmmm! She screams louder then my cockatiel cousins in the next door cage when they're hungry. Well, I really did her ear in the other day...pierced three new holes for her, but she didn't appreciate it. She had to get antibiotics and almost stitches, too; and, the doctor said she might need a tetanus shot. That's why she calls me "baaaad Freddy." Amm I ashamed, well, maybe. I didn't often bite my other owners, but then they didn't handle me much. I really want to ride on my owner's shoulder, but she is a little afrraid of me now. What do I do to win back her trust? What can she do for me? I don't know. Help! True confessions of a lonely Senagal...
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