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Date:9/20/2014 11:03:12 AM
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Hi Piper,
Thank you so much for the encouragement. Maybe, just maybe Angel will let me get her in it. I am thinking of wrapping her in a towel and mabe she won't notice it-ha ha. But I worry about her getting panicky once its on. Maybe if I immediately walk outside with her, it will be such a change - it will take her mind off the flight suit. She would love the outdoors when it is warm here I know. Plus, when we ride in the car, I ride on her shoulder. One time we were stopped at an accident for quite a while and it was getting hot - so Moma rolled down the windows a little ways. Daddy didn't tell her he was going to roll forward so she could protect me. It scared me and I tried to jump out the window. Momma grabbed my tail feathers - what other handles do I have?? - so I lost my tail feathers. I tried to hide for a couple of weeks but then they grew back. Yep, a tether is just the thing.
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