Day 318: Tweety Greetings

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Live amongst the large featherless beings for long enough, and you eventually realize they come in all shapes and sizes.

But if you happen to be the only avian in your flock, you may not instantly realize the same principle applies to your own kind as well.

Here, what works best is to look for certain telltale characteristics to help you accurately guess a newcomer’s affiliations.

Oh! Well, hello there!
Oh! Well, hello there!
I am the official Greeter for our flock.
I am the official Greeter for our flock. Welcome to Casa Feathers n Beak!
It's okay, Mom - I've got this.
It’s okay, Mom – I’ve got this. Even though I don’t think we’ve ever met before, somehow something about him looks familiar to me.
And you are from.....wait, don't tell me. Let me guess.
And you are from…..wait, don’t tell me. Let me guess.
I see a ....beak....
I see a ….beak….
Big round eyes (blue instead of black, unfortunately)....
Big round eyes (blue instead of black, unfortunately)….
You say your name is "Tweety?"
You say your name is “Tweety?”
Oooh! Pick me! Pick me! I know the answer! You are a - BIRD!
Oooh! Pick me! Pick me! I know the answer! You are a – BIRD!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

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

4 thoughts on “Day 318: Tweety Greetings

  1. Intelligence runs in the avian family. That’s I why I love them so much. Including you my handsome Pearl. Greetings from Cachi, Perlita and my avian flock.

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