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My 2 lucky boys on their new stand at my office(job)
Last Post 08-03-2013 6:34 AM by Belindabelins. 16 Replies.
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06-12-2012 6:05 AM
Great pics.  Do they try to get off the stand?  also do you have a vacuum cleaner available at all times? lol
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06-12-2012 7:29 AM
Take your bird to work, what a great idea - now if i could just persuade my boss! Lovely pics. Sallyann
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06-12-2012 11:57 AM
Lovely pics
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06-12-2012 12:25 PM
Lucky boys, I bet they get loads of attention there.
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07-12-2012 1:45 PM
Perfect. My two would love to come with me but can't see it going down to well in my line of business (clean room pharmaceuticals) : )
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07-12-2012 3:00 PM
Cockatoos and leather chairs?????? What a brave person you are lol
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10-12-2012 3:20 AM
Haha my 2 are very well behaved!They dn't get off the stand and if they want to Frankie will lift his foot and say Hello baby...then I know he wants to go somewhere,he likes to sit on the handle of my chair and have a stroke,no bother.
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24-02-2013 10:22 AM
I sometimes take my grey to work too, he loves the van and happily sits in my mail tray watching the world go by.
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26-02-2013 7:57 AM
Haha that's Brilliant!!It's so funny for other people when they see me but very normal for me!One of my partners friend actually posted on Facebook one day that he saw a crazy lady walking a parrot...not realizing that it was me!!! Very funny.
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26-02-2013 11:21 AM
I have taken some of mine in to work occasionally but not very often I havet o say....noisy birdys don't go very well in a counselling environment lol so only on days we have no client appts in lol
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26-02-2013 12:54 PM
We take Bobby our Macaw out for walks and flying, you do get some funny looks lol
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27-02-2013 12:41 PM
Hubby walks Dave, our blue and gold,
gets some very funny looks and causes all sorts of accidents when car drivers do the double take.
When he does not take him, he gets asked about where he is etc. people even buy him fruit now, they have obviously watched what Pete buys and there is often a piece of fruit awaiting him at the checkout, the joy of shopping local.
Dave loves it too, he flirts and talks and plays peek a boo around Daddys neck with the children, he soon shouts when 1 gets too close though, you ought to see how quickly they can run when he screams at them, he always giggles afterwards as well, naughty Dave!!
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28-02-2013 8:01 AM
We sometimes take them for walkies at the park and then feed the ducks and often we will have crowds of people gathering to have a look and we always get stopped.....Frankie loves it though, if he thinks people are not noticing him he will say hello baby as they walk by..the person will then turn to look at me weird as if to say how can u say hello baby to me!!but soon realizes that it was Frankie.I have thought about having a shirt printed with a Birdline logo for when we take him out then we can also use the opportunity to tell people about all the birdies that need homes.
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07-03-2013 3:22 PM
Lovely to see saffie and his friend would love to take mine to work but not possible xx
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07-03-2013 3:22 PM
Lovely to see saffie and his friend would love to take mine to work but not possible xx
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08-03-2013 6:34 AM
I have been very lucky with my job...im a care coordinator for a domiciliary company and its normally just me and my manager in the office, 3 days of the week just me in the office.My manger is very nice and does not mind the birds being at work.
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