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Last Post 14-04-2009 9:47 AM by  brittone05
Giggling fits!!!
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10-04-2009 12:31 AM

    Angel has had the most bizarre evening today.

    For about 2 hours around 7pm onwards, she had the longest giggling fit!  She just kept doing her little cackly laugh over and over and then dancing about!

    She is such a wonderful sennie and adores being fussed by me just hates men which we can live with as I do all her daily care and she will happily ignore my hubby or any other men who visit.

    She did fly onto hubby's friends head the other night for a few minutes, bit his scalp and flew to me before, you guessed it, laughing at him!!!!!

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    10-04-2009 8:47 AM
    Hi Brit

    we have the opposite here, a little green angel named Theo, who adores men but hates women especially me, and I have the scars to prove it. We have had her almost 2 yrs now and still she will seek me out like an exocet missile and sink her beak into whatever part of me is exposed. She laughs, dances, talks really well, and if she runs at you, and you move to save yourself pain..she shouts CHICKEN at you

    Don't you just love them

    Crystal
    My one aim is to serve the parrots in my care, to help those to weak to defend themselves, and bring alittle happiness into their lives, I prefer parrots to people but can handle them in moderation :)
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    10-04-2009 9:14 AM
    pmsl, what are these birds like?? Well yesterday, i had Charlie my patty out, played for a while, then told him it was cage time, well as usual he didn't want to go back, so walked to the back of my sette and lay on his back!!! Hes never done this before and scared myself and my mom, thought he was dead, little bugger, but when i picked him up, after giving him a belly rub, he laughed at me! Little tinker lol
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    13-04-2009 10:46 PM
    I love reading the stories about peoples cool birdies!!. I should've had Birdies instead of our boys years ago!! lol
    Although parrots can talk, they will never tell you how they are really feeling!.
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    14-04-2009 9:31 AM
    sorry shell, got to disagree with you there. I love my birds, but my kids are something different, wouldn't mind another one, but the other half won't let me boohoo!
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    14-04-2009 9:47 AM
    You can have mine Nicky - specially after a chocolated fuelled 2 days where they are still doing laps of the garden at 10pm!! Thankfully, it is the holidays and our neighbours usualy join us when we sit out in the back so we don't disturb anyone!
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