Cuteness for Comfort with Pearl: Cockatiel Napping

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Masks. Gloves. Microscopic germs. Grumpy large featherless paparazzi issuing dire-sounding predictions about shortages of something deeply uninteresting called “hand sanitizer” (now if it was called “wing and talon sanitizer,” that might be something actually newsworthy).

These are strange, scary times indeed that we are living through. It is hard to find comfort when life as we know it gets suddenly up-ended.

But there is one thing – one rock solid thing – you can count on right now like never before.

Cuteness. Cuteness goes on. Cuteness will never get up-ended (although it might very well get enhanced or even super-sized without any warning whatsoever).

Cuteness is so reliable. Cuteness is very comforting.

Ever the self-less spokesbird for all of us, regardless of size, coloration or even species, Pearl is here to provide comforting cuteness 24/7.

Which is very easy, because, well, feathers.

Today, here is a very cute picture of Pearl “napping in place” (a technical term.”)

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“Napping in place.” With cuteness. You’re welcome.

Pearl & his large featherless photography assistant are betting you are feeling better already! Please let us know how you and your flock are doing in the comments.

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.

2 thoughts on “Cuteness for Comfort with Pearl: Cockatiel Napping

  1. Thank you so much for the dose of cuteness! The world needs more of it. We’re doing fine here in Minnesota. Our Senegal parrot has been angry with the blackbirds for going past his window without his permission and without their people present. What are they doing out there wandering around all by themselves anyway? Must be renegades, and therefore cannot be trusted. We have a robin nesting on our front porch, which means we’ll have to use the back door so we don’t disturb her. Our four other birds are behaving as though nothing unusual is happening in their world, because there isn’t. My daughter and I are used to staying home so life isn’t much different. My husband was called back to work on Wednesday, which is a great relief. Hope you and yours are doing well. Thanks for the rescue!

    1. I know, right? Manners – you don’t just invade someone else’s turf without asking first. We are having the same exact problem here (especially with the pair of nesting h.a.w.k.s. in the next-door neighbor’s tree). So glad you are doing well – how absolutely sweet that you are using the back door so a needy (and cute) tenant can have the front. Such a great point – nothing unusual is happening for our flocks because WE are still there, caring for them. Very happy to hear your husband is back at work again. More rescues coming your way daily…. so glad you are in our extended flock here! <3

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