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Chrissiejingles

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My beloved parrot of 18 years died 3 months ago. I got him when he was 4 months old. I was his 'person'. He was with me during bad times then good. He talked, whistled, laughed and was my companion and friend for all those years. He always cheered me up and made me laugh...he was very, very special to me as I was to him.
My partner, before he went out, left his cage door open (I was at work so then no one was at home) My rescue dog was out...you can guess the rest.
My heart is broken. I miss him so much. The silence is deafening. I have terrible thoughts that he suffered at the end...it haunts me that I wasn't here to protect him. Until we meet again..my beautiful little man, thank you for all those years xx
SpookyWolfe

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I’m so sorry your post was missed. I’m so sorry for your loss of your beloved parrot. I am also a “bird person” and losing a winged pet is just as hard as a 4 legged one. Parrots have such a unique way of showing us the world. Mine doesn’t say many words, but she can’t mimic the microwave beep, the smoke alarm, and my sneeze. When we lose a beloved bird, the silence of our new existence is awful. I hope you are ok.
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