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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-02-2014, 06:40 PM Thread Starter


 
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Rolling Reptar.

He's at it again. I would like to say, I had to stage this video FOUR TIMES to get a good shot. Did he care? No. Did he do the exact same thing every time? Yes. He'll hold onto my hair and roll down my chest to my stomach. Flip over on my shoulder and roll off onto a pillow on his own. Usually tumbling head over feet multiple times. And this happens daily.

I own a weird weird bird, and I love it.

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Hahaha! He is so cute!


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Lol, oh my goodness. I love your posts, Reptar is the quirkiest and most adorable Conure!



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Thanks guys! lol, I love his weird little antics during the day. Definitely never a dull moment.



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Is there anything wrong with his feet? I keep on thinking they are not quite as straight as they should be...
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Looking at it now, the video does make his feet look kinda freaky! He tends to curl up his toes like that when hes on his back, happens most times. They're straight and normal otherwise.



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Ah, good! I didn't want to worry you so I wasn't going to say anything but then I thought that this would have been a disservice to him because, sometimes, little things like this are still correctable when they are young.
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No worries at all! (: They really look all twisted in the video, and they can look pretty weird in person when he lies like that too. Just something he does when hes on his back. My mom hatches chickens in her classroom and I had to make full on foot splints for one once. No fun at all for a bird to grow up with feet they can't use, especially parrots who have to grip everything.



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