Flock Etiquette

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When you live with a flock, there is a certain etiquette to uphold.

For instance, any flock member who has feathers automatically assumes “alpha” status and gets to select a personal featherless assistant.

As well, the smallest flock member always gets first choice on new delicacies.

And the flock member who is cutest represents the flock in all matters relating to, well, everything.

For flocks that happen to include a member who is small, very cute and has feathers, such groups tend to flow very smoothly since etiquette takes care of itself.

Oh hi Grandma - a new crispy delicacy? Well don't mind if I do!
Oh hi Grandma – a new crispy delicacy? Well don’t mind if I do!
And "handfed," no less - I sure am glad I chose a flock which takes etiquette seriously.
And “handfed,” no less – I sure am glad I chose a flock which takes etiquette seriously.
I'm looking very cute and feathery today? I know....I mean, thank you Grandma!
I’m looking very cute and feathery today? I know….I mean, thank you Grandma!
Well, sure I'll have a bit more - as the flock "alpha," I hereby pronounce this dish quite crispy and crunchy indeed!
Well, sure I’ll have a bit more – as the flock’s “alpha,” I hereby pronounce this dish quite crispy and crunchy indeed!

With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

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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

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