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Re: electra.....OT

Posted by Rebecca on 2/27/07
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    On 2/27/07, Babilicious wrote:
    > On 2/27/07, Rebecca wrote:
    >> On 2/27/07, Dah wrote:
    >>> Babilicious oh yes. He sends a "girl" a bird that she knows nothing
    >>> about the history of. And yes this is a Cockatoo. These are the most
    >>> rehomed birds in the world, and yes the screaming is one of the main
    >>> reasons for people dumping these birds. God you got to love when people
    >>> think before they act! Now we know why she hides. She doesn't want
    >>> anyone to know the truth when she does dump this bird on someone else.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Why is everybody being so nasty? Electra, you wrote you lived in Ohio. I'm
    >> not going to try to steal your bird! I have my own birds, thank you.
    >> Secondly, I know all about the fate of many cockatoos. I have an a couple
    >> cockatoos. One is a rescue. Yes, they are loud. Yes, many people don't
    >> keep them, but if every person who gets one, gets verbally abused when
    >> they have a question or concern, how are they supposed to make it work?
    >> I'm sick of so many cockatoo people (NOT ALL) thinking that they are the
    >> only ones qualified to care for cockatoos. I have never met such hostility
    >> from other bird/parrot people. They are usually helpful and do what they
    >> can to help the person and the bird adjust to each other. How about some
    >> advice and help for the new parront not a bunch of grief and humiliation?
    >> People scare newbies to death, therefore making them terrified to keep the
    >> cockatoo. She took in an adult rescue bird that needed a home. How about a
    >> little respect? She could have boughten a baby cockatoo from a pet store.
    >> She didn't give the "girl" a break. Also, age isn't the sole indicater of
    >> a good care giver. I see lots of animals neglected and abused then dumped
    >> by older, "stable", well off people. Other times, someone without a lot of
    >> money or young can make a wonderful, loving, long term animal parent. Has
    >> anyone considered that side of the coin?
    >> Whatever happened to playing nice? Grow up people.
    >
    >
    > Miss Rebecca, let me tell you that you are so far off the mark with the
    > particulars of this story that it's pathetic.
    >
    > I do not have a Cockatoo, never had and never will. I hold no envy or
    malice
    > towards Electra when it comes to her having this too.
    >
    > She was "given this bird" because she "begged this bird" from Paul Jr.
    > Just a couple of weeks ago she was going "macaw shopping" as she personally
    > posted on the macaw board. Quite frankly she didn't care what kind of bird
    > she got, only that it be free.
    >
    > She did NO research and this is not a dream bird for her. It was an
    > impulsive plea to Paul Jr and unfortunately Paul Jr, horny toad that he is,
    > decided to give her the bird. He had NO knowledge of this bird other than
    it
    > spent one night at his auto shop and then was put on a plane and sent to
    Ohio
    > the next day. All he did say, on Birdmart, was that this bird was LOUD.
    > I guess we don't have to wonder why the previous owners gave it up?
    >
    > So if there's anyone that needs to grow up, it's you Miss Rebecca. You are
    > commenting on a story that you know virtually nothing about. If you can't
    > run with the big dogs, stay on the porch!
    >
    > And Curley, I only hope your son gets you into a senior living facility
    > soon. Your working mine, and I'm sure other's, last nerve.

    Why don't you try using your real name on here? By the way, thank you for
    adressing me properly.