Mo was our first budgie we adopted a few months back, he was very nervous when we first got him.
He is roughly two years old and had never been out of his cage his WHOLE life.
It took some time and working with him; after speaking to some feathery friends online we had decided to clip his wings just for safety and to help with training and bonding with him the first little while. We found that it made a huge difference in being able to train him to step up and not be intimidated by hands. We are now happy to announce that he steps up fairly comfortably, however, there is still a long way to go for him to be completely confidant, but he is doing amazing.
Luna is our recent adopted buddy, she is only 6 months old and is very friendly.
Shes already learning to step up and is very comfortable hanging out with us, for short periods, of course. We just brought her home the other day so I’m amazed at how quickly she’s warming up to us.
Can’t wait to share their silly stories with you guys!
Can’t believe another year has come and gone, 2018 went by so fast! I am so excited for 2019, I just can’t wait to share more of our adventures and fun with you this coming year.
I can tell you that our New Years eve has almost always consists of mum and dad running around the house deep cleaning and organizing, out with the clutter and unused items sent to donation bins. I always wondered why they do this; mum explained that when I was a puppy we lived in a little apartment, with not much space. Mum and dad liked to de-clutter regularly to keep it feeling more spacious and organized, they started to do it on new years eve, that way its like starting the new year fresh, it’s become a kind of tradition. I think it’s a little weird but they actually enjoy it, working together to get it all done, laughing, and reminiscing over memories that are attached to certain items. I guess it’s pretty sweet actually.
Hey fur pals do your families have any different traditions to bring on the new year? We love hearing from you !
So Last summer the human came up with this great idea, as we are royalty house cats, and have “no street smarts”, as the humans would say. No clue as to what that means, but regardless we wanted to be outside to sun tan on beautiful Canadian summer days, watching the birds and the squirrels as they scurry about.
The mom human did some “research” as she called it, coming of up a design for the creation she called a “catio”. I wasn’t so keen on the idea, as it involved building, which in turn would make noise, horrible racket, and the mess, oh my catgod.
But she didnt listen to me, to be honest I’m glad she didn’t because I abosolutly love it- don’t tell her I told you though, I like to keep her on her toes.
The catio an inclosed area outside, with scratchers, and shelves; to climb sleep and observe. What a fantastic idea, it keeps us safe but allows us the freedom to be outside- she even added a little cat door through the kitchen window, so we could come and go as we please! Because you know us cats, we can never decide if we want in or out.
Check it out, let us know what you think, and if you have something similar we would love to hear about it or even see a picture!
Well it has been fairly interesting around here the last couple of months; I have a sister.. she looks nothing like me though. But my humans say I have to be nice. So me being a good boy I gave it a shot, and you know what? I just think I might like this sister thing!
The humans call her Sophee; I call her hyper ball of fur! I can’t believe it, I just can’t; she was the size of my head when the humans brought her home… and she is already taller than I am!
We have lots of fun though, however, every once in a while she tries to steal my toys and I steal them back and it just goes on and on, back and forth until I give in. I guess shes pretty funny if you look at it from another perspective.
But it looks like shes here to stay so I’ll just have to share my toy. hmph not to please about that part.