This weekend was the first time I had gotten Eva, our cockatoo, out of her cage since we took in Sadie. Sadie was extremely interested in Eva. Interested as in wondering if cockatoo was tasty.
How she knew, I have no idea, but she ran across the house like her tail was on fire and perched on the back of the sofa. She sat, ever watchful.
This is what held her attention captive. A five lined skink.
This skink had more problems that being stalked by a cat. It appeared to have had a run in with a big spider web.
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