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Date:11/24/2014 8:25:28 AM
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Hi, Oliver
Oliver has told me about you guys, too. I was actually here first, since September 28th but Mom was messing around with my account and I some how got deleted! Finches, you know what is ironic? In the early '90s', long before MY time, Mom and Dad went to a really cool, well cared for birds, food and supplies bird store. Dad took an interest in finches. Mom thought the different types were facsinating and then along came Max, a normay gray Cockatiel. He landed on Dads' shoulder and did the "wolf" whistle and really hammed it up. So, they bought him. And another Cockatiel and another and another....then two Quakers, then a green cheeck, then a blue crown, parakeets and then they rescued me. Any finches? Not in this house! :-( Here is a kiss and a vote. Jenna~~~the Queen.
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