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Date:9/22/2014 11:28:52 PM
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My daughtes cockatoo and men
My Daughters bird merlin will if I come near him when my daughter is around he will try to attack me, and will bite me if I get to close to him and her, also even if I'm alone with him he will keep biting me his 2nd owners boy friend abused him so bad that she give the bird to my daughters friend in AZ. For 2 years my daughter would visit her friend AZ.and merlin took a liking to my daughter and when my daughter would leave and come home merlin would be depressed, her friend has 2 other birds and merlin would also attack her husband so she asked Stephanie if she would like take Merlin. And thats how merlin came to us. I work with the bird in his cage as offend is I can I'm trying to get him to say hello and dance like I've seen other Cockatoo's do and I love building toys for him to destroy some day I'll win him over. I'm going to get Barbara Heidenreich"The Parrot Problem Solver". mybe at 13 teen years old hes passed the learning age. will say hi to Corky
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