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Cockatiel from Woodinville, WA
Cheekie Glenn

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Hi! My name is Cheekie Glenn

I am a Cockatiel from Woodinville, WA.


11 years old   F


She loves nuts and wheatgrass
and spaghetti

On top of refer .
On top of TV in my bedroom.

me touching her when she is not ready .

She loves me deeply !!

Loves to shower in the Kitchen sink ..


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