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Date:9/21/2014 2:27:21 PM
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Why can't I stay on the floor? I like to eat my own poop! The parakeets are so messy they drop seeds, spill water, dump stuff---there's plenty to eat on the floor! Even bugs! Why does human need to put net over me and put me back in my home?

The other night I had a fight with Dovey. I pushed him off our perch. We were loud I guess because human raised her voice and told me to stop hurting Dovey. I was beside myself and could not screeching at Dovey. Human put her hand in our home and waved me away from Dovey. I went to the back and hid. Then she talked to Dovey and told him she would protect him.

At least the parakeets shut up after human was loud. I have been very quiet the last few days. I eat, drink water, sleep, and let Dovey preen my head. Human still tells me I am handsome green boy.

But I do not believe her.
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