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Last Post 14-12-2009 3:58 PM by  Helen W
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09-12-2009 12:45 PM

    hi i am kayley and my nana is anne scurr, at the moment we have rosie the lesser sulphur crested cockatoo here and she really likes me i can stroke her and kiss her she talks to me and shouts bye bye , dances . i know other people on the forum have had rosie and that she is a bit mixed up, hopefully me and my nana can sort her out with loads of love and make her happy again. we also have peebee here as well she is a lineolated parrotlette she is so pretty and is so busy in her cage , peebee flies round the room and sometimes lands on my head lol. i am going to do some shows with my nana next year , as i like camping out . we went to ann conways to meet nobby the cockatoo he is lovely i was a bit scared at first but i got used to him on my arm, he kept taking off and going to sit with my nana he would not leave her alone she could do anything with him, turning him upsode down and swinging him about it was so funny. cant wait to see bobby at a show, i can stand beside him and make sure he is a good boy, i can help set things up and my nana said i can talk for england so hopefully i can make birdline some money off the people passing lol. maybe one day i can have my own show bird .

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    09-12-2009 1:13 PM

    Hi Kayley and welcome to the forum. There's another few girls on here so I'm sure you'll make friends soon. We all like to see pictures so could you please put some on ? I'd love to see you with Rosie and maybe one of Peebee on your head

    I'm sure you will love the shows and getting to spend all your time with the birds.You sound like you know lots about birds so you can help teach boys and girls at the shows.

    Take care

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    09-12-2009 1:21 PM

    kayley you mean bobby not nobby the cockatoo lol

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    09-12-2009 1:45 PM
    hiya kayleigh.....great to hear from you.....im so pleased your looking after my little sweetheart rosie so well......love to see some pics of her.....big kisses from us all here.......please come visit xxxxx
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    09-12-2009 10:50 PM
    Hi Kayley, It was lovely to meet you when you came with your nana, you have a good teacher, and Im sure another future aco is on the cards.Keep it up with Rosie, your doing great, I know how much she loves you. Im sure you will do well at the shows too.Bobby sends a big kiss to you x
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    14-12-2009 3:58 PM
    Hi Kayley, welcome to the forum. I collected Peebee from her donor and she spent a happy night here. I agree she's a very pretty bird, beautiful colours and I know her donor would love to hear how she's doing. Maybe you and your Nana could send her an e-mail? I too would love to see some pictures, please.
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