Day 108: Interspecies Appreciation Day

Being proud of your own species is a natural thing (especially if you have feathers, which means you belong to the best one).

But developing interspecies appreciation is also vital – it keeps jealousy low and ensures your interspecies “alpha” status remains unchallenged.

Is this the being you wanted me to meet, Mom?
Is this the being you wanted me to appreciate today, Mom?
Hi there. My name is Pearl. I am a parrot. I have lots of feathers.
Hi there. My name is Pearl. I am a parrot. I have lots of feathers. I’m the “alpha” in my flock.
You don't have any feathers? I'm sorry! I'm not envying the brown fuzzy stuff, but this is colorful. Are these your wings?
You don’t have any feathers? What a bummer. I have to be honest – I’m not envying the brown fuzzy stuff, but these things are colorful. Are these your wings?
You don't have any wings? Why not?!
You don’t have any wings either? Why not?!
You're a "camel" so you got extra legs instead? Oh - okay - here they are. Alright. That's cool.
You’re a “camel” so you got extra legs instead? Oh – okay – here they are. I suppose extra legs could come in handy. Somehow.
Well, nice to meet you -
Well, look on the bright side – at least you got a tail. Everyone needs a tail, even if it isn’t feathery.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

p.s. For more than 70 full length feature stories about our fab and feathery star that will be available nowhere else, reserve your personal copy of Pearl’s new book today! CLICK TO RESERVE YOUR COPY

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