Cooper’s trip to Japan!
Cooper is having a picnic among the cherry blossoms. Later she’s going to meet up with friends at the karaoke bar!
Sido likes to sit on top of the computer monitor. Unfortunately, she also likes to poop when she’s up there.
So I bought some little monsters to keep the birds off. So far it’s worked for Sido.
Not so much for Cooper.
Cooper’s Song of the Month
“Parakeets” by Alex Kinsey.
First Day of Spring
Cooper’s Day Off
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
May you find a pot of gold at the end of your rainbow.
World Budgie Day!
Cooper and the flock wish everybudgie a happy World Budgie Day!
Today would have been Ozzie’s hatchday. It hasn’t been a year since he’s been gone, and we do miss him so.
We adopted Ozzie from the animal shelter in 2012. He had been attacked by a cat and a good Samaritan found him and brought him in. As soon as they patched up his puncture wounds and nursed him to health, he was put up for adoption. How lucky we were to bring him home. He was so friendly and very easy to tame.
If there was a budgie yearbook, Ozzie would have been voted “Best All Around.” He was the perfect budgie. And so photogenic! He was very chatty – if you talked to him, he would “talk” back. Not words, but vocalizations. And sounding exactly like he understood what you were saying.
He was the flock welcome wagon. He was so sweet to the newbies. He showed them the ropes – how to play and how to eat their veggies. Ozzie loved any toy he could nibble on. He enjoyed his baths and Romaine lettuce was his favorite – maybe even more than millet.
When we brought Emmy into the fold, all the budgies ignored her at first. Except Ozzie. He let her pester him, and over time became her sweetheart.
We were blessed to have Ozzie in our lives for over 10 years. If you are thinking of adding a bird to your family, please consider adopting (rehomed or from a shelter). You may end up with a bird (almost) as wonderful as Ozzie.