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Date:9/23/2014 5:53:16 PM
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Hi again Bud,
I understand about loving Mommy. That's the way I am too, but I have never known anyone else. Mommy got me when I didn't have any feathers yet and she hand fed me. I am also a biter and Mom doesn't trust me to get on anyone else. But she read in Bird Talk that birds, being flock creatures, are not friendly with anyone outside their flock. But if they are around and eat with the family then I am suppose to accept them, and I guess I do. I know if Momma puts me on the floor and leaves the room, I will sure get on someone else who will put me back on my cage. One day, mom didn't know I could fly, I flew over to her girl friends shoulder. She was afraid of me but put up a finger for me to land on - I like her now. But mom warns everyone, don't ever, ever try to reach for me when I am on Mommy. I'll bite for sure.
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