Glen: Lila, try the watermelon….it’s quite tasty.
Lila: Are you trying to trick me?
Nom nom nom!
Lila actually ate very little of the watermelon. She mostly treated it like a toy and destroyed it.
Our pretty, but vicious, Eclectus has been plucking her feathers. I have had her for eleven years and we have been struggling to figure out why she started plucking about two years ago.
Here she is having a bit out out time with Glen. We keep telling her that “naked” birdies get cold without their pretty feathers, but she won’t listen to us. On a good note, she has decided that Glen is now trustworthy and will step up for him. That is a HUGE milestone for her because she hates men.
Lila usually doesn’t like to come out of her cage, but when she does she thoroughly enjoys digging behind the couch pillows.
Lila: Did you put this wonderful pillow here just for me?
Digging, digging, digging…..She periodically comes out from behind the pillow ready to bite just to make sure nothing is sneaking up on her.
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