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Date:10/31/2014 7:23:00 AM
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Hi Kiwi
I am new to the BC, I am a birdie like you, mom got me from our vets office last week they were looking for a home for me. Mom was told I was a boy but we have learned I am a girl from one of my new friends here on the BC. How did your mommy know if you were a boy or girl? I have a forever home here and I love my new flock mates there are 7 of we birdies REO is an African Gray (Congo) Peepers and Jeepers are Sun Conures, then there are 3 cockitels Pe`air,SweetPea, and Perty Bird. Last but not least it's Me the most friendly and loving baby mom has, well thats what she tells me all the time. REO is the Big Boss I guess he's the bigesst of us all. I see you have an African Gray too in your flock, Is it mean to you? REO is a bit bossy but I plan to win him over. TEE hee hee. Well I have learned to Vote so I am voting for you come and visit me soon. Your new friend Chiger of the Savannah GAng!!
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