That’s the best you can do? It’s bad enough I have to put up with roommates, but this place is so… drab! Can’t we get some throw cushions in here? Maybe some nice curtains? That too much to ask?
Christine F. says: “This is Pikichu, a jumbo Pekin hatched in my life science classroom.”
Birds can also give off The Look, (not including those grumpy little Finches, they always look like that) as evidenced here in this first DISAPPROVAL-HANCE CLOSEUP:
Let’s let Sender-Inner Gina S. take ovah from heah. “This Mother Robin did NOT like pictures being taken of her offspring..”
“…whether in egg form or scary pre-historic dinosaur-baby form.”
“But, hey, it’s my front door (that presently can’t be used!)”
“Photos by me, just days ago. They hatched on May 27th. I shot most pics while she was out worm-shopping at Worm*Mart.”
Mon cherie, I weel show you zee ways of loff. First, we go keesie smack thees way. Then, we go neeble croissants beside zee Seine and ride off into zee sunset on my Vespa that way.
“Here are my parrotlets- Gopal and Vrindarika. They love doing everything together and are super playful!” Enjoy, Radha.
You were only waiting for this moment to arise!
Header and deck by Lennon/McCartney. Submitted by Cuteporter K.C., who adds “And definitely a Men of C.O. Calendar candidate!”
First up, Sir Lucifer Flufflypants and his redonkadorable wackadoodle baby blues par excellence!
Move over wackadoodle kitty, this wackadoodle owlio wants a whack at the wackadoodle eye!
Woah not so fast, now it’s wackadoodle sealio with wackadoodle eyes burning a hole in your very soul!
Bow down, Finches.
By Lauren I.
I’m gonna go out on a limb and bet it’s a game of “Peekaboo.”
We’ve seen all kinds of specialized cafes in The Big J. Kittehs, of course. Owls, and even Penguins, too. Now Robb S. brings a “Small Bird Cafe” to our attention. It’s called the Kotori Cafe, on Omotesandō Street.
(In the area? It’s right here.)
According to Where In Tokyo.com, “This unusual cafe is populated by parrots, parakeets, sparrows and cockatoos for your bird-watching enjoyment. After you’ve finished your coffee or tea you can spend five minutes in the interactive zone at the back of the cafe. There, a staff member will apply disinfectant to your hands, and show you (in Japanese) how to handle and gently play with the resident birds without getting bitten.”