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Date:9/20/2014 8:10:57 AM
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Hello Congo and Welcome to the BC! Thank you for the compliments. What a cute baby pic! Yes, I love to play games, too. Guess what my favorite is? Peeky-boo! Just like you! In fact, I like to play so much that when Mommy's folding clothes, I fly into the laundry room and hide under the towels, underwear, pillowcases, anything I can. Then when she makes the bed, I jump down on the bed and run under the sheets and hide. It's more like hide and seek because after I hide I get VERY still, put my head down with my face pressed against the bed, and wait for her to find me. If I'm not ready to be found, I still don't move when she lifts the sheet up. What she doesn't realize is that I'm still counting, and I haven't gotten to 100 yet!

About the wing clipping....First, I'm very sorry that the vet clipped too many of your flight feathers. When my Mommy had my wings trimmed, this is how she did it. (We go to the bird store where they clip my flight feathers.) The lady clipped the first two and then let me fly to my Mommy. since I could still fly really well., she clipped the next one. That didn't do too much either, so then she clipped the next one. Four seemed just about right. I could still fly, but not soar upward. Mommy doesn't want to immobilize me, or have me fall, she just wants to make sure that if I got outside (by accident), I couldn't fly away or up into the trees. Also it helps with a little attitude adjustment. Sometimes I get pretty spunky! So that's maybe the way you could do it next time. Quakers are very strong fliers and I'll bet that after you get used to that wing trim, in a few weeks you'll start trying to fly again. Last time the lady clipped my wing feathers one too many and I couldn't fly either for a few weeks, but you should see me now, after only one month. We have lots in common, I see from your bio, but that will have to wait for another visit. Hugs from your new friend, Little Lucy
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