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Discussion in 'Creepy Corner' started by Harleysmommy, Sep 25, 2013.

  1. Harleysmommy

    Harleysmommy Puppy

    My pretty pearl cockatiel April

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  2. momtosadie

    momtosadie Big Dog

    I'm not a bird person, but they are pretty. I did have to take care of my mom's cockatiel once when she had to be hospitalized for a time and he did do some silly things. My mom loved to watch Wheel of Fortune and Murder She Wrote and whenever either of those came on tv and the theme songs started up that bird would whistle really loud and run back and forth on his perch like a crazy thing. It was pretty hysterical.
  3. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    Very cute! We had three when I was growing up. One of them used to whistle and "call" the dogs, presumably because he heard my mom doing the same every morning. They're fun!

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