Kali-I see one of my feathers by your mouth. Don’t even think about it-remember the story of the goose who laid golden eggs.

About Kismet

I'm an 11 year old Indian Ringneck parrot curmudgeon in New River, Arizona in the wild west country. If you're a sunflower seed, you're dinner.

31 comments on “Kali-DON’T

  1. You must smell pretty good, Kismet. Then again, maybe she just wants to carry a piece of you with her all day.

  2. So are you laying golden eggs now, Kissie?

  3. Are you messing with Kismet? Probably not a wise plan.

    Have a woof woof day. My best to your mom. ♥

  4. Uhoh……..this is definitely a bad sign……Kismet keep that cage door locked!

    Hugs, Teddy

  5. Curmudgeon are known to have tough meat!
    Sweet William The Scot

  6. Maybe she’s trying to make a boa.

  7. My dogs love to chew on parrot feathers -after they’ve been molted. None of them are brave bough to touch the feathers while they are still on the bird!

  8. Once they get that first taste….just like a great white only in this case, black.

  9. Kismet— I just arrived in Phoenix to speak at a conference. I’d love to meet you and/or your mistress while I’m here for a spot or tea. Email me if you’re interested! Kdkhadacek@pobox.com

  10. Years ago, Drew came upon a feather on one of our walks. She sniffed it and literally jumped straight up in the air. That was the first and last time that she smelled a feather.

  11. OMD, I do that to Ma’s burdie’s feathers too! Haven’t gotten close enough to the cage to try a taste though….heheee just kiddin’! I would NEVER! ☺
    Ruby ♥
    pees: Ma keeps the burdies gated off from me. sigh.

  12. ooooh that would be a cat-astrophe… even when a dog is involved…

  13. Kali—stuff sticks to our furs, too. And we are innocent. So we know you aren’t thinking any naughty thoughts.

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