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Re: Bath Time #1885
12/13/04 11:18 PM
12/13/04 11:18 PM
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Pebbles_lil_cutie Offline
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I should try the hair dryer next time thats a good idea!

"Hope is a thing with feathers that perches in the soul"

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Re: Bath Time #1886
12/13/04 11:20 PM
12/13/04 11:20 PM
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Kacey_Bugsy_777 Offline OP
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Yeah, Kacey seemed to really enjoy the hair dryer! smile

"God would rather see us walk with a occasional limp than a perpetual strut.
And if it takes a thorn for Him to make His point,
He loves us enough not to take it out." -Max Lucado
Re: Bath Time #1887
12/14/04 05:52 AM
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Lisa Shea Offline

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Yup when Bob took a shower today I brought Nazo up. Usually Nazo hangs out on the shower curtain road and waits for Bob to go in - but today the insane fool flew right into the shower stream herself because Bob was taking too long. I hadn't adjusted the shower yet and it was hot! Luckily Nazo didn't get into the stream really but that is a prime example of why you need to make the room safe beforehand. I should have made sure the water was a safe temperature before I brought Nazo up in the first place. She'd never done that before but she could have been burnt if she really got into the water stream.

In any case, I quickly made the water lukewarm and she flew right down to my hand again to splash in the stream not waiting for Bob. She must've really wanted her bath.

Eventually Bob got in the shower and Nazo flew down again, but by that point she was pretty much done and didn't want to shower any more. So I let her hang out on top of the door to the bathroom, and used the blow drier to dry her feathers back off again. She was so wet she could barely fly. If I'd just let her sit there and dry off naturally, she would have been very chilled as the water evaporated from her and sucked away her body heat. So drying her off with the blow drier kept her warm while it made the water evaporate.

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