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Old 08-05-2004, 08:47 PM   #11
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Re: OMG Budgie in VACUUM!!!

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Flew all the way across the room and crashed in, flapping up and down above the fish- his little legs kicking and flakes stuck all over his feathers. The fish almost died of fright. The bird had to be netted out and dried.
Oww... I can only imagine the wake up call your fish got... LOL
Being in a fishtank, I bet they never thought of a predator comming by...

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Needless to say, I never let that bird out when I vacuumed again. Nor when I fed the fish. (Or ate spaghetti, but that's another story...)
Gosh, I guess that birdie should never be let out... LOL
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LOL, funny story.. reminds me of a Pink Panther movie.
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LoL! I used to watch Pink Panther... Those were the good days. Yeah, my bird has to be watched when he's out. We have to check our shoes, too- you never know when he'll be snuggled up inside on hiding and tweetering to himself. He like to climb onton the back of my neck when I have my hair down and sing there, too.
Very happy, curious little guy.
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Jesus, I sound like I'm a foreigner! Please forgive all the typos in the above post!!
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Wow, if that bird was not afraid of vacuums before i sure think it is now!
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