I never thought I would have to post here. And i don't know what to write so... from my very first thread here:
..."The second day we had her, she was already going on our fingers, then I was sitting with her and she ran up under my hand and snuggled. Every time we had her out, she would snuggle against our necks, or in blankets or wherever she could. I thought it was cute but weird and thought she might be sick.
I brought her to the vet (a 1/2 week after we had her, had to anyway for a check up), she had some avian intestinal disease, and was really small I guess. The vet said to give her medicine, and make sure she's eating, and that she had a 50% chance. Well glad to say she's fine now! She's small I think, but I think that is just how she is. She doesn't act sick at all anymore.
I think we bonded so well 'cause she was sick, she still snuggles but now she likes to play too. She is crazy about head scratches, she go up to our hands and start rubbing her head for you to pet her, then she'll like put her neck out and puff out and show you where she wants to be itched. Never had a bird that did that before! she thinks she's a puppy... so yah, that's my last three months with my little brat yellow bird. "
Playing with my husband one of her favorite games haha:
We will all miss Yellow so much.
She was a very special member of this Forum. I always loved to hear of her antics and see her photos.
Remember she is in a place now without pain and watching over you.
I am so sorry LauraBeth. I can't even imagine how you feel right now.
We all thought for sure Yellow was going to be okay. Her little body just wasn't strong enough.
You loved that little bird with your whole heart. She won't be forgotten.
True she will never again be at your side, but she remains always in your heart and forever in your soul.
The hardest thing to endure will be the silence. When you cry from missing her, know that she is wishing you weren't so sad.
Because now the angels have a beautiful bird named Yellow.
Captain will surely miss Yellow. Just be there for each other. She might need a little extra love right now so she knows she's not all alone.