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Old 04-26-2019, 06:33 PM
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

Tell your mom that "cuddles" are equivalent to sex and that they could kill her....It's gross when you think about it as sex...and that is what it is...foreplay....NOT innocent to the bird and certainly not fair.
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Old 04-26-2019, 06:49 PM
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Furthermore, if she wouldn't allow a dog to....you know... her leg....Then, cuddles are also a bad idea. Maybe making that comparison would help drive the point home?

Speaking of mom problems, when my "too" screams (despite having been told to ignore it), my mom occasionally will walk into the room and say "hush" (OMMMGGGG MOMMMMMM) !
She is convinced it "works" because Noodles gets quiet. I am like, DUH, you just gave her what she wanted! She is quiet because she was screaming FOR someone to come into the room...We have had to have many "talks" when visiting.

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Old 07-03-2019, 04:25 AM
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

oh man, time flies, I didn't even notice it's over 2 months since I last updated this

so the last 2 months went really well even the family finally really understood what my issue was with the cuddling and all, so yay!
2 weeks ago we started noticing that she incressingly started acting more cuddly, started to puff up more, tried to get into shirts and all that... so I called the vet and I took her in for a checkup and the second dose of her implant yesterday... she was super cuddly the whole day so I just need to wait till the second one kicks in and then hopefully we're good till november or so...

veggies are not food but they make a very good shredding toy
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Was wondering how Sunny was doing....good to hear
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

Good to hear from you SunnyGirl and thanks for the update!

My Fang is much the same with his attitude to vegies, he tends to shred them more than eat them although I’m sure he must be ingesting something along the way!
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