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Brimley visits the vet

Brimley's test results are in: healthy; but a little overweight. Brimley's been cut off some of the things s/he shouldn't eat. S/he's not too thrilled about it; but s/he's adapting.

The big news is Brimley's sex. After 4.5 years, we finally got Brimley sexed. It seemed prudent to find out. Some diseases tend to occur in a specific sex and a bird can die in the time it takes to get test results. 

*drum roll*

Brimley is a [   boy   ]. Highlight between brackets to see the result.

Of course, Mommy loves Brimley no matter the outcome.

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Ohs Nos! A boy, what a shock. Um, not really. Now one doesn't have to worry about pesky unwanted eggs, unless of course there is something we don't know about boy Quakers...
Yeah, it wasn't a shocker at all. We just wanted to be certain. I mean, we thought Chiqui was a girl until his sired Harry. (Actually, the pet store swore up and down that he was a she.) For the record, he was a lutino mutation (budgie), so his ceres didn't take on the standard blue colour.
I'm glad Brimley's healthy and adapting to his new diet. It's good that you discovered his sex and will be able to watch for diseases inherent in male Quakers. Of course, you love Brimley no matter what the sex. :-)
Brimley is my super intelligent baby. He even uses the pronoun "I" when he speaks. He's done this four times now, so it isn't a fluke. Too smart. Way too smart.
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