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Nidia Garzon designs and makes clothing for a unique audience: birds. The Colombian entrepreneur says she started creating outfits for fine feathered friends several years ago, when she lived in Canada. Reportedly, some Canadians clothe their birds, since it can get so cold there. After Nidia moved back to Colombia to be closer to family, she kept on making clothes. Her business, Creaciones Perlita, now offers a range of avian couture, as well as fashionable attire for dogs, cats and rabbits.
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