Being Brave with Bruce: Breaking Out the Cuteness

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There’s nothing like a big, unwelcome, unwanted worldwide event (like the kind that begins with a capital “P”) to make you oh-so-aware of how different species can have different coping styles.

For example, some of your flock mates like a lot of togetherness (typically these are the ones covered in feathers).

Others of your flock mates prefer to seek out solitude. And snacks. Lots and lots of snacks.

(These are the ones who just seem to keep getting rounder while you stay the exact same size – so they are usually pretty easy to spot.)

Still others in your flock may require a mix – some together-time along with some alone-time.

It is a difficult balance to work out, no doubt about it.

Luckily, there is love. And “cuteness.” In a pinch, breaking out the “cuteness” can really help ensure the balance works out in your favor.

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When every flock mate has different coping styles, breaking out the “cuteness” really helps make sure you get your pandemic support needs met!

Pearl, Malti, Bruce & their mama

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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