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Date Posted: 13:23:51 07/03/09 Fri
Author: Cathy C. & Princess P.
Subject: Re: Funny story 'bout cashew ....
In reply to: Beverly 's message, "Funny story 'bout cashew ...." on 18:18:54 06/15/09 Mon

LOL Oh my gosh that would be so entertaining! Those memories will last a lifetime :-) I wish I could let Pootie free range but my apt. has too many hazards in particular 1 predatory dog who lives to chase squirrels! Personally I don't think she's a match for the 3oz. princess with the ego of a Rottweiler.


>Molly jumped from my shoulder to the table, grabbed a
>shrimp from my plate, and fled like a little bandit!
>I swallowed the cashew, laughing along with my guests
>at Molly's decision to grab the shrimp. I did get up
>to see where she'd go, with the shrimp. Molly was on
>top of the bookcase, happily eating the shrimp. When
>she had all she wanted, she took the remaining piece,
>and 'hid' it in the corner of the bookcase top shelf.
>So, when it comes to deciding what to feed a flyer -
>well, sometimes, they decide for themselves! (Still,
>I recommend caution in making things that are not in
>the 'natural' diet available to flyers ...
>
>>The only foods i restrict from my fliers are macadamia
>>nuts and onions. I've heard both are toxic. it's
>>always better to be safe than sorry. Also, the only
>>people food they get are the things they steal from
>me.
>>
>>>I've never heard that cashews are a 'no-no' - unless
>>>you mean salted cashews.
>>>
>>>I try to keep my fliers diet restricted to foods they
>>>would find in the natural setting - so, I avoid
>giving
>>>them things like candy - chocolate, or otherwise.
>>>
>>>I don't often give them cashews - I do give them
>>>walnuts, hazelnuts, etc. Fresh veggies, and some
>tree
>>>buds and seeds, from my own woods (where I know
>>>nothing is sprayed).
>>>
>>>>Why are cashews not good for fliers? Are their any
>>>>other foods to avoid? love... mother of a
>"piglet";D

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