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Peach-Faced Lovebird from Germantown, WI
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UPDATE: Princess Peach is now a survivor of Giardia. She came down with it last month and, thanks to medication, is now Giardia-free!

We got her in 2004 (She had all of her feathers until 2007. I miss her old pretty self) and she fell in love with my brother's coat. She was also very friendly to us. She chose us instead of us choosing her. My mom brought her home the next day. When she started plucking in 2007, we had no idea why, because we take good care of her. But I like my bird the way she is.
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Hi! My name is Princess Peach

I am a Peach-Faced Lovebird from Germantown, WI.

Birdie, Baby, Princess, Peaches, Peachy-Leachy, Tweety Bird, Stinkerbell, Fluffball, Sweetie, Cutie Pie

12 years old   F

Peach-Faced Lovebird

Microwaved Eggo waffles with syrup. She practically rips it up, and always gets her beak sticky. But she doesn't care if her beak gets sticky because she LOVES the syrup (Presmably Mrs. Butterworth's maple syrup.)

Her cage, anything she can perch on without getting hurt or in trouble.

Ice cream, hair brushes, anything sharp, and Barbies.

She pets me on my cheeks (I love it when she does it) and she takes good care of me.

Feather plucking (An extremely nasty habit of hers), and she has never flown out of our house (She can go outside without a carrier without flying away. It's really wierd.), and watching me play Pokémon Diamond on my DS (Yep, I'm a Pokémon freak.).

I don't smell like garbage, I smell like a bird!.

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  Hi Princess Peach!
Hi New Friend! What an adorable birdie you are! I am flying by to thank you for your vote that helped make me BOTD! I will be sure to peck a vote for you in return. I hope we can get to know each other as I love meeting new birdie buddies! Thank you again for flying by and I hope to talk to you soon!
~Beaker Boy

Come visit me, Jelly Bean & Beaker.

10/17/2010 07:17.15 PM Report This Comment  
  please vote for me!
vote for me on october 1 2010

Come visit me, R.I.P Feathers.

09/30/2010 12:30.53 PM Report This Comment  

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08/03/2010 10:33.11 AM  
  Hello Princess Peach,
I hope you're enjoying your summer.
I had a greyt adventure yesterday, when Mama took me on a long hike up the mountains. Before we left, I got lots of flying in, so I wouldn't get bored of sitting in my backpack carrier for so many hours.
I was free in the car for the 45 min drive to the hiking trail and that added to the fun of the adventure.
Once on the trail, I was perfectly comfortable looking around at the scenery and chewing up the inside of a paper towel roll. I've never seen so much space in all my life. The mountains went on for as far as I could see and it was a breathtakingly beautiful panorama. There are so many colourful wild flowers and the manzanita, sculpted by the wind and elements into unique twisted shapes is something any bird would love to have for a playgym.
Then, to my amazement, in the warmth of the sun, we came across some snow. The snow is keeping itself insulated, but it was a strange thing to feel sun warmed rocks inches away from the snow. A large bank of snow covered the trail, so for awhile it was a very rocky and slippery climb over boulders and trees bent down from a season of snow sitting on them.
Finally, when we stopped for lunch, I was pleasantly surprised to be presented with my own mini sandwich. Before we left, I was asked what I wanted on my sandwich, to which I promptly replied, "Papaya." Instead I found some cheddar cheese, which I delicately ate, after tossing aside the lettuce.
On the way back, because of the difficulties of climbing above the snow, it was agreed that following the path would be better. That was slow going. The snow was extremely slippery and Melian, our long legged Saluki, was charging up and down the slope, almost sliding right into everyone and wondering why those clumsy humans were so hopeless at this easy task. At one point, Mama slipped a little and everyone asked if I was okay. But I'm used to clinging to the bars of my carrier with my beak and one foot, while the other is on the perch.
Well, I was a very tired and happy grey when I came home. My evening oatmeal has never been so tasty, nor my sleeping cage so welcoming.
I experienced being a penguin, seeing all that snow and felt so free being on top of the world.

Poirot, with a vote for you

Come visit me, Pepper, Poirot, Pringle & Artistic Avian Avatars.

07/16/2010 12:20.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Princess Peach
07/06/2010 04:59.01 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi there!
Sorry if I didn't write to you. Thanks for the compliment, you're a very nice bird too.
Have a nice weekend!
Leaving you a vote, Biscuit

Come visit me, Kiki & Biscuit.

07/05/2010 11:57.20 AM Report This Comment  
  •"*•*"•Happy Independence Day!•"*•*"•
Hello Princess Peach,

It was very nice of you to fly by to meet me. I do love penguins and to talk about them. I'm glad you enjoy my movies.

We hope you're having a wonderful fourth of July and getting some extra tidbits of human food.
We've had a quiet day, but enjoyed popcorn and millet and lots of attention. Poirot did get a chip and wanted more.
For the last few days, people in the neighbourhood have been shooting off fireworks and firecrackers all day long. Today the noise stopped, but right now it's pretty noisy as fireworks are going off all around us. Because of the trees we can't see any, only hear them.

There are several 4th of July avatars hanging in the AAA #101296, if you want to check them out.

We hope you will sleep peacefully through the noise of the night and wish you a greYt week,

Pringle and Poirot with a vote for you

Come visit me, Pepper, Poirot, Pringle & Artistic Avian Avatars.

07/04/2010 11:16.10 PM Report This Comment  
  From Harley
Thank you for stopping by! And thanks for the vote! Here's one back to ya! Hope you enjoy this site as much as we have. You are very pretty!!!!

Come visit me, Smokey.

07/03/2010 01:46.59 PM Report This Comment  
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