Meet Molly the Cockatiel

Hello! I’m Molly. I am a cockatiel, and I was adopted by my family recently. They feed me and take care of me a lot, so I wanted to make this blog to keep everyone updated on how I’m doing.

Hi! My name is Molly and I am a cockatiel. I was adopted by my family recently, and they love me and take good care of me. They feed me every day, give me fresh water, clean my cage, and give me lots of attention. I like to sing and chirp around the house all day long!

I’m making this blog because I want everyone to know how happy I am with my new family, and how well my family treats me. They love animals very much and have rescued birds before, so it’s a pretty great life for a bird like myself. Every Wednesday (which is when my mom Jennifer has her day off from work), I’m going to update the blog with something new about myself so you can stay in touch with what’s going on in our household.

Today they let me sit on the mom’s finger and she brought me over to the dinner table. They all look at me funny when they eat but they don’t do anything bad to me.

I’ve communicated to Mom that I don’t like Dad (except when he’s trying to catch me and put me back in my cage), but I really like her. She lets me sit on her finger and she brings me over to the table for dinner. They all look at me funny when they eat, but they don’t do anything bad to me.

I think that if you are a cockatiel, or any type of animal in general, you kind of just know who is nice and who is mean. And you need to be able to trust people so that they can take care of you.

The family has been taking good care of me—they give me water and crackers every day—and Mom lets me sit on her finger and put my head on her shoulder any time I want.

The mom made me a little nest in a box on the floor in a corner of the room by where they sleep. The dad got mad at her for making it though — he said that if she keeps doing nice things for me he will get attached to me, and then we’ll have to fight about who gets to keep me when the time comes for them to move out again.

It’s cute that my mom is being nice to me and wants to make me feel comfortable, but the dad is right: I am just going to be here for a few months. They are both moving back out in August. The dad said I should plan on living with him and he will buy me a new bird mansion. He also said he will get some more birds, so I won’t be lonely when they are at work.

The mom made me a little nest in a box on the floor in a corner of the room by where they sleep. The dad got mad at her for making it though — he said that if she keeps doing nice things for me he will get attached to me, and then we’ll have to fight about who gets to keep me when the time comes for them to move out again.

I think they need better lessons on how humans should behave around animals!

When the dad took out his guitar and started playing music, I sang along. I guess he liked my singing because he gave me some seeds as a reward! He also put one of my favorite toys next to my nest for when i want to play.

My new dad took out his guitar and starting playing some music. I started singing along with him, and he seemed to like it a lot! He gave me some of my favorite seeds as a reward. Then, he put one of my favorite toys next to my nest so that I could play with it later. My family has really been taking care of me since they brought me home!

The kids keep trying to come up to me, but i don’t really like it when they get too close because younger people can still be unpredictable sometimes. The parents told them not to get too close or make sudden movements around me, so i think they will listen since they looked scared after the dad yelled at them.

This is a great opportunity to teach your young children how to get along with any pet bird. Although cockatiels are very friendly birds, they are also very sensitive to sudden movements and loud noises. Your children will likely want to try and hold me right away because I’m so cute, but please tell them that it takes some time for me to trust new people. Like most animals, I am nervous around unfamiliar people, especially small children who can be unpredictable at times.

I suggest that you sit down with the kids and explain what makes me anxious and why it’s important for them not to make sudden movements or loud noises around me. When someone is holding me, my feet need somewhere safe where I can stand still instead of swinging back and forth or trying to balance on a shoulder or knee. Make sure your kids understand that every bird is different and have their own personalities.

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