Hey everyone, I haven’t posted in a few days but hope you are all doing well. Yesterday morning was quite eventful for me after one of my birds got out.
My Indian ringneck who I adopted two years ago got out. Took me two hours to get her pack, but she didn’t stop calling out to me one letting me know where she was.
It makes your heart beat when an animal is let loose. She’s been to the vet for check ups and wing trim because I just can’t bare to go through this again.
Why have I never written about my birds? My true loves and soul mates. They are truly understanding creatures with big hearts and a big personalities. Meet Laurie, mummy’s boy, have had him since he was two months old. I swear he suffers separation anxiety and a mood disorder. One minute he loves you and the next he wants to eat you.
Laurie is now seven years of age. He knows how to speak really well and he can do shakes also. He is quite the chatterbox.
Laurie has travelled to Mount isa with me he loves going new places and meeting new people.
Spring is here is Australia and so are new additions to the animal kingdoms. Our vibrant bottle brush trees have lured aussie native birds, check put this gorgeous Scaly-breast lorikeet. One out of seven breeds in Australia.