Last night, after we put the dogs out for the evening, somebody had the run of the house until bedtime.
The little devil is also hanging out with me as I type this, sneaking sips of my coffee. As you may remember, he loves coffee. Loves
It's getting warmer outside and will soon be time to make him go back to his cage for awhile so the dogs can come in. He's not going to like it one little bit!
Ah ecstasy! Too bad it's temporary.ReplyDelete
He might get himself in trouble if left out to roam with the dogs inside. He's fearless.Delete
It's so funny that he likes coffee! Does it make him nervous?ReplyDelete
No more than usual, Steve!Delete
Actually, I only let him have a sip or two and then I move the cup. Hopefully such a small amount won't do any harm!
Does Marco also like coke?ReplyDelete
Yes, but he likes mixed drinks more!Delete
We need a book on the adventures of Marco.ReplyDelete
He was on a perch this morning talking to some small goldfish in one of our aquariums. He kept saying, "Heeeeyyy Ginger!" to them. I guess Ginger is one of the few names he knows! :)Delete
He is so beautiful !ReplyDelete
He really is a pretty boy!Delete
what a delightful companion!ReplyDelete
Sometimes I wonder if having a smart parrot in the house is like having a very small and jaunty and sassy roommate.ReplyDelete
You're kind to share your beverages!
I love his face. What a beauty,ReplyDelete
"I know why the caged bird sings" - it's because he doesn't want to be in the ****ing cage!ReplyDelete
When I was very small we had Budgies; we also had Cats. The two didn't mix too well, and the Budgies were replaced quite often.ReplyDelete
She looks cute and smart!ReplyDelete
He has quite an intelligent look about him.ReplyDelete
Marco really is a pretty bird! I wonder if parrots EAT coffee in the wild? Maybe that's why they're so noisy -- LOL!ReplyDelete