Veggie Chip Maneuvers

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Any single green thing has a fairly good chance of being noticed – and perhaps sampled – by a nearby avian.

Chances improve if that green thing is lurking in a pile of assorted other non-green things.

If the green thing turns out to be tasty, it may be singled out for further scrutiny.

Take veggie chips, for instance.

(The setup: sometimes Mommy enjoys a late afternoon snack of veggie chips (potato = yellow, tomato = red, spinach = green).)

Oh. Interesting! A pile of things with some green things in it.
Oh. Interesting! A pile of things with some green things in it.
I'll try the green one.
I’ll try the green one.
It might be easier to evaluate if I separate it from the herd.
It might be easier to evaluate if I separate it from the herd.
The shepherd isn't paying attention. Good.
The shepherd is distracted by that clicking, flashing thing again. Good.
Maintains crunchiness in motion and at a distance - a good sign.
Maintains crunchiness in motion and at a distance – a good sign.
Quite crunchy and delicious up close too.
Quite crunchy and delicious up close too.
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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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