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||Four and 1/2 years
was born here in our home. We found a female in our backyard at the beginning
of a hard Canadian winter so we kept her. She seemed lonely so we bought
her a male and then along came Beau. Beau's father passed on and his mother
became an entertainer in senior citizen homes and elementary schools. Soon
after Beau was born we noticed his legs weren't formed properly at the
hips. In the photo you'll notice he's doing the splits, well, that's his
natural position. He has ladders running horizontally in his cage that
he slides across and hangs by one foot from and he manages to get around
on the cage bars just fine. He has a great personality, he's always happy
and he doesn't seem to notice he has a disability at all. He gets particularly
happy when he hears water running and he loves to argue with the vacuum
cleaner! Beau has a large vocabulary but he'll only speak when he thinks
no one's paying attention. He's a very sweet little bird and we're very
happy with him.
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