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SE Arky
United States
(Zone 8a)

April 16, 2006
8:41 PM

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I have three young Sultans, not sure of their ages, but they are each about a week apart in age. The first two and just fine, but the smallest one has feathers so long on her feet that it makes her walk with her feet turned out and sometimes she steps on them or someone else does. I considered cutting them but thought I'd ask here before doing that. She is not crippled, and I wonder if that might be the result, or will she grow into the feathers?? Right now, she looks like she's walking in water flippers. Thanks!!!

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