Pearl Answers Your Questions: Broccoli & Peas

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The large featherless being here….

One of the (many) best perks of being personal assistant to a VIP client with feathers is nonstop opportunities to learn.

Now we are delighted to announce Pearl has opened up the Q&A line to YOU, his VIP fans!

Ask him anything – we guarantee you he has an answer!

To submit your questions:

This week’s question comes from Milo, a young VIP fan with feathers:

Dear Pearl,

My mom has been trying to get me to eat something she calls broccoli, peas, yams and carrots. They look kinda strange and I am afraid of them.  What do you think of this situation?



Dear Milo,

Well you definitely did the right thing in contacting me!

No – you don’t want to eat these things. They are not nearly as delicious as other things your large featherless waitress could be serving.

It sounds like she just needs some extra training so she knows what you like best.

From now on, when she serves the items you don’t prefer, you can still have fun by flinging them as far as you can (the large featherless beings love to run after things you drop and pick them up for you!)

In the meantime, anytime she serves pizza, waffles, biscuits, Cheerios or other intriguing dishes that look delicious, you can use “cuteness” to get her to give them to you.

Finally, show your appreciation by dining heartily (while continuing to look very cute) and that will train her to serve them often.

HINT: You will know she is fully trained when she serves your favorite foods every day.

Hang in there – she’ll get it eventually!

With love (& feathers),


….as dictated to his large featherless press secretary

Pearl - demonstrating how to use "cuteness" to make sure his featherless waitress knows which menu items he prefers.
Pearl – demonstrating how to use “cuteness” to make sure his featherless waitress knows which menu items he prefers.

p.s. Remember, you can submit your own questions for Pearl by sending them to: (all questions are answered in the order they are received)

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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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