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Date Posted: 09:24:22 10/04/07 Thu
Author: S. K. Dixon
Subject: BTW, this is NOT a shameful report, Ags!
In reply to: S. K. Dixon 's message, "Re: A shameful Report" on 09:13:31 10/04/07 Thu

Yes, you have been disabled for weeks now but your animals have NOT suffered from lack of care! That awesome daughter of yours, Krys, has gone above and beyond and given those animals loads of care and love! The fact that a mommie had babies and you didn't know about it and Krys didn't know about it??? Well, my good friend, THAT KIND OF SURPRISE HAPPENS A LOT MORE THAN YOU THINK! It's not a bad reflection on you but rather a testament to the good care, food, and housing you have provided!

>Ags, this is GOOD news--you've been lamenting because
>you've had no babies. Actually, look around really
>well--there may be more; surely it was not just a
>litter of one, although I guess it could be!
>Anyway--more info! Was the baby all alone in this
>nestbox? Can you check it out/hold it by bribing with
>a nut or such to see if it is OK, healthy, no wounds
>from fights with others, etc, etc. My advice to you
>off the top of my head is YES, get this baby and start
>the bonding process with as much human contact as
>possible. Stick that love in your shirt, hand feed
>with all kinds of special treats, perhaps some formula
>even--in a lid, and start the bonding process
>>As you all know, I have spent the summer in 2 casts up
>>to my knees and have gone no further than my recliner
>>to the lavatory and back. Last night, I awaken in the
>>middle of the night, it was very quiet and I thought
>>I heard a tiny little squeak coming from the aviary.
>>So I hobbled over there and for the first time in
>>about 10 weeks I went in. Checking every nest box but
>>one. No pups.. The one I wasn't going to check is
>>the one and only attempt I made to building my own
>>nest box, its a peice of crap and the flyer know it.
>>They have always just used it for storing nuts.. I
>>decided to open the box which now has cotton in it.
>>To my surprise there starring back at me was a flyer
>>that appeared about 7/8 weeks old. My first remark to
>>the poor thing was " who the hell are you" and I know
>>he was asking the same question, he looked so
>>terrified to see me there. It broke my heart to see
>>this poor litte creature come into this world without
>>a human companion and has obviously been toss out to
>>make his/her way into the world, but stuck in Agnes's
>>aviary. So he had to make due with my awful crappy
>>box.. Can anyone tell me.. Is it too late to tame
>>this little critter? Should I separate him from the
>>rest to do so?

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