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Date:10/31/2014 11:43:01 AM
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Sorry I have not posted in so long, I have been rather sick. Yeah, I am not sure if it is just REALLY bad athritis, or what. Yo-yo has athritis, but he is not like her. I have not seen another seizure, just some head jerking, or times when her left foot starts shaking. I got some aloe detox yesterday, so i am going to try that. She suffers from something I call "small cage syndrome." Meaning she will stay in the same ten inches in her new huge cage. If I move her, or she decides, after getting her courage up, to move she stays in another ten inches. She has two "cages" inside the big one, very rarely do you see her anywhere else. It is not like she is scared of the cage, or does not want to move around. It litterly is like she is in a little ten inch space, and can not move out of it. I have the same problem on the play gyms. She seems to wnat to move to other areas, but she does not. Poor little cat. I bet he is happy with you, even if he does have brain damage. I know an Amazon like that-except we think he was born dumb. He is also one of the sweetest birds, though, (even of he does love to growl at people!) so he makes up for it. Have you gotten any new budgies yet? I know you8 would rescue if there was anything around, but I understand the fact you need bird friends for Windy. Isn't that how it works? Tons of budgies everywhere, but they all disapear right before you would like to rescue them.
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