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AmyMyBlueFront

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And a Normal Grey Cockatiel named BB who came home with me on 5/20/2016.
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mtdGKkW2Hg"]This Guy Wasn't A Bird Fan Until He Met This Little Bald Cockatoo | The Dodo Soulmates - YouTube[/ame]

Looks like a Goffin 'too to me. A few statements I don't agree with but a sweet vid nonetheless :)




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What a love story!!! Breaks my heart to see such advanced PBFD. But when you take away the feathers you see the dinosaur.

I'm so glad she found her person, and is d
So loved
 

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Sure looks like a lucky Goffins and family! Incredibly trusting, especially at the pool!
 
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What a love story!!! Breaks my heart to see such advanced PBFD. But when you take away the feathers you see the dinosaur.

I'm so glad she found her person, and is d
So loved

Yes Laura when the woman mentioned FeFe was bald due to "plucking" ( how could she pluck her own head?:confused:) and the twirling around in circles do to "anxiety" that didn't sit well with me. Crikey Jonesy twirled like that a lot and if you ever watched Max (Mr Max tv) he does too.



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I agree, and hope that an Avian Vet is able to work with her.

The most important thing, regardless of an illness, she is clearly loved and she is loving as well. Such happiness is important as they move forward.

Thanks for the joy, Jim!
 

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I'm 99% positive she isn't plucking and that she has a disease, but that is a cute video. They can remove feathers with their feet, but that is unlikely, given the pattern or baldness and the bird's age etc. I actually commented on the original video at some point with these concerns (I think....it's been a while).
 

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