African parrot photo love story
about the love of a man and his exotic bird . . .
people like to have companions and they usually come as dogs and cats and then all the caged little animals, who’re generally lovingly or / and maliciously tortured until they die. then kids cry and the parental responsibility for a replacement usually goes through instantly – so why again was / is everybody complaining about experiments with some-thing alive, that ends up in millions of children’s laboratories. I can’t find a too big of a difference in there.
however here’s an example of how to do good:
bird in a cage is probably more ancient than tiger in a zoo, they both – relatively – have no room to move and instead of chasing zebras across a prairie and instead of flying towards the sun, they’re sitting – depressed – in front of the metal bars and wait, and wait, until.. they die.
so my buddy Mike Waterstein had a friend and his friend had a bird. his friend also had a wife and the bird didn’t like the wife. having to pick between your wife and a bird seems to be a substantial decision. the friend picked the wife and Mr. Waterstein the other bird.
luckily the bird liked Mike a lot and since he is a a funny guy with a big(ger) piece of land he adopted the bird. he also has a passion for old-timers and hence made a construction so the bird could sit and hit the road with him.
Mike and Rita the finest example for a loving and mature relationship between a man and an animal, which is definitely not native in this country, but too old to fly back to Africa.
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