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Re: wild parakeet/one legged #43915 03/05/06 09:42 PM
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Thankyou for exepting, Jloc!

Here is a riddle for you that 80% of a kindergarden class got that only 17% of the staff got. PM me the answer.
What is greater than God, More evel than the Devil, The poor have it, the rich need it, and if you eat it you will die?
Re: wild parakeet/one legged #43916 03/06/06 03:36 PM
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Dont put a bird down just for being handicapped! If we put everyperson down that was handicapped in the world, well.... that would be a lot of people! They bird can still function, and like Nikkums said, they recover easily!

The bird is prob biting cause right now he feels very defensive and like a victim! He's all alone with a huge scary human thats trying to grab at him! Let him get used to his environment first, and if he already has then take things slow. Remember keets hide their illness so they wont be picked out as prey!!! So just take it slow, talk soothinly to the keet and hopefully it will work out!

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Re: wild parakeet/one legged #43917 03/17/06 05:50 AM
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Re: wild parakeet/one legged #43918 03/17/06 08:24 PM
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I think what Randy did was one of the sweetest things in the a handicap bird (or any animal) a home is so nice, especially since due to instinct, most of the other birds would have picked on that one...

I'm so sorry about your rabbit, parakeetboy. I had two dwarf hamsters very dear to me, and they passed away, and I was so sad I cried...I still miss them today (over a year later), out of all the hamsters I've had (including the regular kind), they were my favorites...

And I also understand where parakeetboy is coming from, and I feel he is looking out for what he feels is best for the parakeet, but I still don't think it should be put down. I was thinking, that if I lost an arm or a leg, I'd still want to live. As long as I had my family beside me (corny, I know, but I'm very close with my family...especially my siblings...^^) I could survive with any limb loss.

"No heaven will not ever Heaven be; unless my pets are there to welcome me." ~ Anonymous
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