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Date:9/19/2014 5:58:02 AM
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Hi Little Jerry,
mum went for a walk in our huge park here this afternoon, b/c the ocean is too rough to swim.
She saw the saddest sight: a bare eyed cockatoo, also called "corella" was sitting on a fence, all by himslf.
Mum went up to him & then she saw it!
He had a totally over grown beak, upper & lower!
It looked like a pair of scissors!
Mum looked at him & said: "you poor poor thing, how can you eat with a beak like that?"
He looked at her with the saddest eyes, mum's ever seen!
It broke her heart! She wishes a park ranger could catch him & cut his beak.
She just hopes that he's able to eat something not slowly starve to death! He looked pretty old & skinny!
Mum can't get his picture out of her mind now.
I'm screaming my little head off, b/c it's almost time for dad to come home & i'm getting excited!
Here comes a vote for you & a big hug,
Jivu ♥
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