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Last Post 09-01-2013 2:27 PM by  jonesy
Cakes made especially for Parrots
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24-09-2011 9:06 AM

    Hi all.

    Thanks to all those that have bought my cakes already. From the feedback that I have had, I have added another package on my website for the cakes.

    As not all Parrots like all of them I have now put a package together where you can pick what varieties you would like so that you can pick their favourite.

    Hope this helps.

    Tortoise Rescue www.tortoiselady.co.uk Hedgehog Rescue www.hedgehoglady.co.uk Holiday Bungalow in Gwynedd, Wales www.gullrockfairbourne.co.uk
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    09-01-2013 7:03 AM
    What is the link Jonesy?
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    09-01-2013 2:27 PM

    unforunately i do not have any made as I have been without a parrot for about 9months. If there is a call for them, then I would make them again.

    How many people would want them? it seems that a lot of people cook their own.

    Let me know.

    Tortoise Rescue www.tortoiselady.co.uk Hedgehog Rescue www.hedgehoglady.co.uk Holiday Bungalow in Gwynedd, Wales www.gullrockfairbourne.co.uk
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