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Date:9/22/2014 4:27:37 PM
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Hi from Roscoe
Hi Artie,That's sad! Some people. I don't know about them. Let us stick them at a garbage dumpster. Daddie said he wouldn't have any problems with him screaming. We already get started sometimes ourselves. I learned it from Salty and PG learned it from me. I don't know if we can outscream a cockatoo. But put us together and lookout. Daddie says we scream in perfect harmony. hehehe. If he screams like that it probably would be best if he stayed in your flock. One hint: Daddie played some soft music for us one time and it got us to shut up. How does the saying go? music can calm the savage beast. Let me see some pics. I'll bet he's beautiful. Daddie would love to have an umbrella Cockatoo but he's afraid to put one in a multibird home. He heard they need LOTSSS of attention! Fly by and chatter anytime. V4u,lol
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