Sometimes your large featherless caretaker contracts something called “being under the weather.”
You can tell she has this when she naps in the middle of the day (an activity usually reserved for you).
But since having feathers automatically makes you an excellent nurse, you already know that sitting on her head while she sleeps is the perfect “get well soon” technique.
If you want to expedite the healing process, walk around gently to let her know you are there.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts