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Date:9/20/2014 11:19:19 PM
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Hi Tropical
WOW! We don't have to worry about Sly hurting us. He's so great. If I get picked on to much I fly over and Sly protects me. He lets me stay there as long as I want too...or until mom takes me back to my own cage. Lately I've stayed in my cage and most of the boys have been visiting me. Not just Handsome. Mom is happy I'm so popular. She just hopes that one of them will make me a nest.
I was hurt before mom got me. Then mom bought more friends for me and some of them are just nasty to me. That's why I moved to my own cage.
So since you are alone, will your parronts get you a friend? And was Peaches sorry for biting your claw?
Thanks for flying by and leaving a vote. Fly by again when you can.
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