The Breakfast Fling

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Featherless beings tend to have unusually short attention spans.

For example, your large featherless waitress sometimes goes into the kitchen to fix something for breakfast.

When she comes back, she may get so absorbed in consuming what she made she forgets you are even there!

So of course this is always a good time to remind her (effective reminders include flapping your wings, shrieking, “cuteness” and of course nibbling or pooping on anything you are not supposed to nibble or poop on).

Mom's lucky I'm so patient with her.
Poor Mom. She really does have a short attention span.

I have to really
Although I understand – she needs all her focus when she decides to cook something.

Luckily this is one of those "just add water" dishes so I know it is safe.
Luckily this is one of those “just add water” dishes so I know it is safe.

Plus it is perfect for practicing my "flinging" skills. I never pass up a chance to practice!
Plus it is perfect for practicing my “flinging” skills. I never pass up a chance to practice!

Yes, standing right there is fine, Mom. Well maybe back up just a hair. If I make this fling, it will be a new record for me....!
Yes, standing right there is fine, Mom. Well maybe back up just a hair. If I make this fling, it will be a new record for me….!
With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise & box turtle mama. Pet & people blogger.

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