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Post: Question about Amazons: baby to adult

Posted by Stephanie on 8/24/06

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    I also purchased my first 9 week old Blue Front about a
    month ago. I always hear a lot of rather negative things
    about Amazons especially when they become adults. I've
    heard they are not too affectionate, and will bite hard,
    don't ever put 1 on your shoulder or they will tear your
    face, and all that. But I'm thinking this particular
    Amazon seems different. I know he's only a baby but I'm
    wondering, HOW MUCH IS HE LIKELY TO CHANGE? Right now he
    will let me kiss her or him on his head without objecting--
    I'm up to 30 kisses now without any objection. I can put
    my thumb and index finger together to form a circle: I
    then put it around his neck and look at him...he just sits
    there passively. I can turn him upside down and hold him
    with my right hand for a minute or more before he starts
    squirming. He has a great personality. When I am mixing
    his Exact, he knows exactly when the food is ready to
    serve, and jumps off his perch to get the food. It's
    really cute. HOW LONG IS THIS LIKELY TO LAST/AM I KIDDING
    MYSELF TO THINK HE IS DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHERS?



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  • Question about Amazons: baby to adult, 8/24/06, by Stephanie.
  • Re: Question about Amazons: baby to adult, 8/28/06, by RUSS.
  • Re: Question about Amazons: baby to adult, 8/28/06, by RUSS.
  • Re: Question about Amazons: baby to adult, 8/29/06, by Pamela.
  • Re: Question about Amazons: baby to adult, 9/17/06, by Gail.