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" Hello Bird People: You may remember me from some time ago. I had Jammy, a green-naped Rainbow Lorikeet. He flew into a party some twenty odd years ago, where I was singing for a wedding at a country club in New Jersey. We tried and tried to find the owner, going so far as to place an ad in the local paper; however, we could not locate the owner, and the rest is history. Jammy, as we called him since he seemed to be "jammin" at the party, remained with us for twenty some years until he went to heaven about two years ago. Right now, as I am typing this e-mail, I look at my mousepad which has a beautiful picture of Jammy on it. We shall always keep this very special gift from the Lord in our hearts; Jammy will always be with us. It has been two years, and the tears well up in my eyes as I type this to you. Nothing will ever take Jammy's place, and I have not looked for that in my two new birdies. Peaches, our White-Bellied Caique was purchased to fill the void of noise in the form of a whistle, which we missed so much in Jammy. Peaches is a very adorable little Caique, and we love her very much. I tell her that she is presently "renting" Jammy's home while we look for a replacement. Ben is a Solomon Island Eclectus parrot which we purchased some eight months ago. Ben is very sweet and calm, and he is also not mean't to take Jammy's place; however, I think Jammy would approve of this little critter. I think what I am trying to say is that absolutely nothing can bring Jammy back to us which is why I did not purchase a Lorikeet. Jammy was and will always be special in our hearts. I believe that is the only way a bird owner can and should go forward with life. I pray for Jammy every evening; it makes me feel close to his memory. Jammy will always be very close in my heart. I know some of you out there are in the same position, and this, as I perceive it, is the only way we can continue on life's path. I think many situations in life should be perceived in that manner. I wish to say may the Lord bless all of you and your birdies and keep up your very good work. Remember these creatures are extremely intelligent, much more than they receive credit for in life. Well, I feel much better for writing this to you; I hope this did not bore you. It was so comforting for me to express myself in this way. God Bless You All. Susan and the "Zoo Crew"
"Susan Saleeby"

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