Day 346: Dining Etiquette With Feathers

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Rewind a handful of years (decades, centuries) and interspecies dining was quite common.

It has only been recently the large featherless beings have taken to trying to squirrel away all the victuals for themselves.

They are not very good at it.

Lacking the keen eyesight, hearing and, well, basically all the other senses of their non-human flock mates, it is easy to understand why simply remembering how to share is a smarter option.

Here, the hands-down best retraining method is feathers.

All you have to do is present yours and voila – the delicacies reappear and you can dine at your leisure while everyone oohs and aahs over “cuteness.”

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If you can learn to dine peacefully with so much noisy “oohing” and “aahing” over your cute fluffy feathers, this is a great method for re-training your large featherless flock mates how to share.

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Published by Shannon Cutts

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

2 thoughts on “Day 346: Dining Etiquette With Feathers

  1. Love the Schwanky new pad. Especially the wood floors!! The Tall Tree and Master Chef look like their starving to death, did you work them especially hard, moving? And Master Pearl always looks like he’s in charge. 😉

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