BirdTricks Blog | Parrot Training — necropsy results
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To me, the loss of a pet is like the loss of a family member. It takes a long time to fill the void they leave behind. I lost my aged cat just shortly before I moved here to Orlando. He was a snuggly little thing and my constant companion. My ex-husband used to tell me that I preferred cuddling with my cat at night to him. He was correct. My cat never hogged the covers or elbowed me in the face by accident in the middle of ...
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