Being Brave with Bruce: Cuteness Contest

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It doesn’t take much time living in an interspecies flock to notice that beings without shells tend to be a restless lot.

While you and your small shelled red-dotted sister are chill as can be, the same can’t be said for your small loud feathery brother or your large shell-less rescue mama.

Talk about over-thinking things!

They can’t seem to stop moving (flapping). Or talking (shrieking). They are always on the go.

This is because they haven’t yet discovered the joys of staying at home. Resting. Sheltering in place, as they like to call it.

They don’t yet realize that staying home doesn’t have to mean being bored. There are lots of fun things you can do without having to go anywhere at all.

For example, you could host a “cuteness contest.”

This is an incredibly fun activity.

It is easy to play, too, so you can play it over and over (and over and over and over).

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Winning (yet another) round of the “Cuteness Contest Championships” is not just a fun “stay at home” activity to play with your flock – it is also great for (shelled) self-esteem.

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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