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Date:9/23/2014 1:45:22 PM
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It was so nice to hear from you!! And I'm so glad you flew by for the visit! :)
I'm sure your mom takes very good care of you and keeps a eye on your eating and drinking. :) My mom volunteers at a parrot rescue and one of the Nandays had his lower beak portion completely ripped off when he came to the rescue and mom wanted to cry her eyeballs out. BUT, little Titto (his name) is a complete trooper like yourself and just carries on with his business. He needs a good trim to the upper portion often but he eats and preens and can do everything but hurt someone when he bites. He is adorable and mom would take him home but he is a permanent resident there.
You have great, loving and caring parronts! You have it made, my new friend! Another V4U
Love, Luca
PS) Was Hurricane Alex anywhere near you? I hope not! And I also hope you have no oil goo washing up on your shores either!
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