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Neighbor's parrot causes redness around the eyes

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 19, 2007
  • 00:41 AM

New neighbors moved in next door, they put a parrot in the back porch. Now I get redness around the eyes when I am at home. I work during the day but when I get home and around the bird it starts again. I never had this kind of allegic reaction and a friend told me to take Benedryl. I took it and it stopped it. But do I have to take this every day because of a bird.

Isn't it illegal that this bird can cause this to happen on my property? Can I sue him for this? His bird should not be causing this to happen on my property. I own my property and I have the right to keep this from happening. I mean isn't that the reason I have personal property. I think this is trespassing. Why do I have to even worry about this, it is trespassing on my property. I think I should also be reimbursed for the time I have suffered from his bird.

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  • Bird feather's allergy is easy to get rid off. Go to naet.com and find a practitioner in your area. There is an egg/chicken/feather mix treatment. Of course there is a test to determine if it is really the bird feathers or maybe what it is used to clean the cage, or another allergen that is causing the allergy.This condition is hinting you on your overall health. You may want to work on your health and figure out why are you developing allergies.Healthy people do not have allergies.Time for a health makeover.
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