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Old 03-27-2020, 02:23 AM
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Re: How sensitive are birds to our emotions /moods?

Thank you every one for your kind words and support, its greatly appreciated.

Albie is just an incredibke liitle guy and I never realised how wonderful they can actually be until I got a beautiful little parrot myself.
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Old 03-27-2020, 07:08 AM
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How are you today Stitch, is little Albie being good still?
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How are you today Stitch, is little Albie being good still?
Albie is great and I'm doing OK. Im mentally and emotionally tired. And the added stress of this virus isn't great, but I'll managed x
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My deepest condolences for the passing of your Great Grandmother. I hope your Grandfather will be spared as it does not always severely affect the lungs. May you, your parents, and husband be safe as this awful virus ravages our lives.

Birds can be incredibly empathic. They sense more than we understand and are an amazing source of comfort during troubled times. Sending you and yours warm feathered hugs.
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Thank you, albie has been great fun whilst in lock down. My husband set him off squawking very loadly just now by squawking at him. It was funny.
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