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Old 04-04-2012, 11:47 PM
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You are progressing so well! It seems like he can tell you will care for him properly
The flight will just take a bit of getting used to, the hardest part IS getting them back in the cage so as he knows where the cage is, he will work out his flight muscles and be whizzing around in no time
Im so very pleased he is settling in with your family
If you're having problems with photobucket, there are a load of helpful videos on youtube, just search for "photobucket upload" and they will walk you through it

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Its great that you found him when you did. He sounds like he will be a little star.
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Hooray for you and for Dingle! So nice of you to care for him. Perhaps your paths were meant to cross. Sounds like he really loves his new family. Some people are just great with birds. You sound like a natural. Looking forward to seeing some pics. Did you take in the fish as well?
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Yeah, I took the fish too, had to, I have a water snail who's mate died a month or so ago and the fish they lived with (also little rescue fish) died some time ago so Kim the snail was on her own, she is really enjoying herself now with some mates for company and to clean her shell for her.

I do my best for any beastie I come across, bit of a sucker for dogs and birds especially, and Dingle is just sooooo cute.

Will have to mess around and investigate photobucket, I don't usually have difficulties with such things.

I sound like a real do gooder and a smug one at that lol not really, just prefer fur and feathers.
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