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Date:9/20/2014 8:22:20 AM
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Hey, Oiseau
Congratulations on BOTD! My name is Ozzy and I am a green-cheek too. Mom noticed from the pictures how affectionate you are. She has a theory. She had two DNA sexed female Green-cheeks, Holly and Maya. They both were loving, wanted to be with Mom all of the time especially in her shirt. They shared her breakfast with Mom and maya got a bit testy over rashberries! They have both crossed over the rainbow bridge. Mom's heart was shattered-twice. Then they got me, knowing that I am a DNA sexed male. I am not as affectionate and don't like to ride around for hours in Mom's shirt. if she puts me in her shirt I scoot right up, look around and in a flash I am gone. Is there a difference in the females and males as for as affection? Mom doesn't know if she is right. maybe another male would be different but I have been aloof since a baby. Congrats again. Come see me, cutie. AV4U! Ozzy.
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