Re: Red belly question/ Cheryl
Posted by Cheryl on 4/29/05
> Sorry to hear your disappointed. Let me explain this to you so
> that there isn't any further confusion or future misunderstanding.
> I'm responding to you personally since you directed a question to
> 1. I am not the only person who has, raises or keeps Poicephalus
> now or in the past.
> 2. I am not employed by Birdmart and therefore not contracted or
> obligated to answer any or all questions. I answer what I am able
> to or as you imply "what interest's me."
> 3. My life is not fashioned to meet or exceed the expectations of
> others. Sorry if you believed otherwise.
> Honestly Cheryl? Go back and read your question. Your bird
> climbed to your head, played in your hair and was happy as a clam.
> Why does this have to have a reason? She did it because she felt
> like it. No harm, no foul. It means nothing in the scheme of bird
> behavior. If on her way back down she stopped and ripped your
> eyelashes out, then that might warrant some detailed explanation of
> cause or reason. While it was in reference to a Red Bellied, it
> was a general behavior question and could have been answered by
> If I, or the Birdmart Poicephalus board is not fulfilling what you
> feel is essential for you understand your bird's behavior then only
> you can decide whether to stay or not?
> Michael L
Goodness gracious, a thousand apologies if I offended you! I only
mentioned your name because it seems that you are usually the only
person here that consistantly answers people's questions, and I was
interested in hearing what you ahd to say, since this is a brand new
behavior in my bird, and I know that you breed Red Bellies! Yes, my
bird does this new behavior happily. I wasn't insinuating anything
was wrong with my bird's behavior, I was just interested to know if
anyone else's bird engaged in the same thing and hoped to have a
discussion on what it possibly means, again, since I have had the
bird for over a year and this is only in the past 2 weeks.
As far as your life "not fashioned to meet or exceed the expectations
of others", I have no idea where that came from. I have never been
rude to you at all, in fact, I posted a recommendation to someone
asking about breeders here, based on your answers to other posts!
I must say, that I find your sarcasm totally uncalled for, and if
this is the response I get simply becasue I had the *nerve* to seek
your personal opinion (which I had valued), then you're right...Time
for me to seek out another board.
Sorry to have interrupted your day, Michael. All my best to you and