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10-01-2012 3:11 AM

 

mirror mirror on my cage....

Bertie loves mirrors, he will sit and look at himself for ages!

 

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10-01-2012 5:43 AM
Bertie is very handsome
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10-01-2012 5:51 AM
He looks lovely Nikki
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10-01-2012 8:10 AM
Thanks guys, i think he is particularly handsome!
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10-01-2012 11:24 AM
He is gorgeous. I have a ringneck who loves looking at himself in the mirror and singing to the pretty birdy staring back, yesterday I went into pets at home and they had a funhouse mirror that has different morrors that changes his reflection, I showed it to him last night and his little face was a picture as he was trying to work out the strange birds looking back at him!
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10-01-2012 11:39 AM
i have one of those, i had it for my budgie but think it may be a bit small for Bertie....he would destroy it is seconds!
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