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#128605 - 05/11/06 11:05 AM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Hooray!
Welcome Beverly & Gang!
Love my photo and the card & note were lovely as well!
Another tip on the forum: You can learn more about each of us by looking at our profiles and reading our introductions or old posts!
Hope your paw is feeling better..
Mavis
Bella & LuLu


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Kiby LSC2, Monkey Sen, Tiki PFLB
#128606 - 05/11/06 01:46 PM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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I just bought a picture and asked her to come to mytoos (didn't scroll all the way down this page :rolleyes: ) I am just amazed! You are a hero to those birds! Welcome to mytoos!! wink

Hope

Edit: try bookmarking mytoos forums or adding to your favorites.


~Hope~
#128607 - 05/11/06 05:29 PM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Hi Beverly,

I just wanted to say thank you for the picture too and for all that you are doing to help improve the life of your babies. Good luck to you and hope to here form you soon.

Kim

#128608 - 05/11/06 07:07 PM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Hi Beverly and welcome! Thank you so much for the nice note, the prompt delivery and the lovely pic of Gilligan and Mary Ann! I can't wait to read your posts and learn more about you and your birds. There are some awesome people on this site who have helped me quite a bit with my U2.

Warmest Regards,

Annette


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#128609 - 05/11/06 08:07 PM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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I was finally able today to order from you, and am really glad to 'see' you here! Sorry to hear about your hurt hand, and hope it heals quickly!

Lynne


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to keep it, perhaps you should
reconsider its suitability as a pet.
#128610 - 10/30/06 03:57 AM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Got this update from Beverly today.

Update on Mary Ann and Gilligan

Gilligan has grown some crown feathers, more yellow in color as compared to Mary Ann's! And Mary Ann is becoming quite the brave girl. Her desire to get the best pickings of the food, means she needs to wait my the food bowl at feeding time or Gilligan will only let her have the leftovers. Because of this, Mary Ann's fear of people has subsided somewhat, for she'll come within a foot of me without running away to hide with Gilligan.

To read their sad story turned into a happy ending and to find a new picture, made into a greeting card, of rescued Cockatoos Mary Ann and Gilligan, please visit:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...p;rd=1&rd=1

#128611 - 11/17/06 09:34 PM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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I "went" to e-bay to see what they had, and was tickled to see that the e-mail addy is "walksdogsat5am". <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> Anybody else out there identify?


Jody
#128612 - 11/18/06 01:49 AM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Jody my friend, yes, I can identify!Sure, Ive had concerns, you can never be too careful, but my heart says Yes!


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#128613 - 11/18/06 04:12 AM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Welcome! I'm so glad to hear that your babies are slowly growing their feathers back in! Wonderful story. Please keep us updated on their progress!


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and I would not have it any other way.
#128614 - 11/19/06 02:52 PM Re: 50 Year Old Cockatoo Marriage  
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Anne, when I had dogs, I walked at all hours, in all kinds of environments. One of my professors in college had similar habits, and one morning his dogs insisted that he come with them to investigate a pile of firewood that was pretty far from any house. There was a man under that pile of wood, and he was still alive. (the wood covering was part of an attempt to kill him) He recovered and was able to identify his attackers. Convinced me that walking dogs is a worthwhile activity, even aside from any physical and mental health benefits. wink In this case, it was a public service!


Jody
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