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Re: question on female CAG - Julie / KY

Posted by kelli on 4/03/08
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    On 4/03/08, Julie wrote:
    > I went to a pet store and asked a lady there who supposedly breeds
    > these birds. This is what she suggested I do. I DO NOT want to rehome
    > her. She is a sweet bird and is not cage aggressive. Nothing has
    > changed in her surroundings to encourage this behavior. The avian vet
    > I go to didn't want to clip her wings because he says it will make
    > her more likely to bite when I pick her up because she will feel
    > defenseless. I didn't agree with that, but that is what he said and
    > wouldn't do it.
    > I came here looking for advice, and only a few are willing to be
    > nice and help. Others are snobs and like to attack. For your
    > information, I have a U2 that is 17 years old. I DO NOT like to throw
    > my pets out. I was only doing what a breeder suggested I do! I will
    > never recommend this board to anybody again. I had a friend tell me
    > it would be like this ... was she ever right.

    Julie, you must understand ahead of time that when dealing with a
    perverted, foul mouthed individual such as greylady, you should have a
    good strong exterior available because of her verbal attacks on you and
    other people. This has been going on for years with her. Even when
    she's in agreement with something, she has a strong desire to be
    negative in what she writes. We all used to get disturbed and angry
    with her when she presented her diatribes but as time as gone on, we
    simply look upon her a something out of a bad dream. It's actually
    refreshing to know that she's just around the corner all ready to jump
    out with that whip lash tongue of hers. Many of us here consider her to
    be a bit of a joke in the world of seriousness. She fits in here as
    much as a square plug fits into a round hole. Sadly, when she was in
    school they totally forgot to teach her words like 'kindness,
    understanding, politeness and warmth. Understand that her mate left her
    for a female chimpanzee and that would make any person develop a very
    pessimistic attitude towards the world.