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Date:11/23/2014 3:16:45 AM
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Hi Again Sully Charlie here
The second best looking female quaker ""hehehe" just kidding. The reason I have to get my beak trimmed is a sad one. I got injured and loss my left eye and now I have what they call a cross beak. Mom takes me every two to three weeks to have it trimmed and she feeds me alot of soft foods along with pellets and pumpkin seeds which I love. I have adapted very well considering my injuries. I fly and I talk and love to get my head scratched. I also get to go for rides in the car which I really like and everybody were I get my beak trimmed are always nice and friendly to me. Hope you have a good day. Squawk with you later. Leaving a vote.
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