Love has grey feathers, a mischievous glint in expressive eyes, and a beautiful heart and soul. Love has a name, Trixie. You left mom way too soon Trixie.
A few months ago, Trixie left her mom Tracy’s side to fly to the Rainbow Bridge, leaving mom and countless Anipals devastated and heartbroken. The photos and videos that follow are a tribute to Trixie, a beautiful girl who will forever hold a permanent place in her mom’s heart and soul. You are so dearly missed every day Trixie.
This is a tribute to you sweet Trixie Red Bum, a feathered star that shone bright and beautifully in our hearts for a while, but was called to the heavens to watch over mommy Tracy and your flock much too soon.
The Sweetest Face
Living up to her name, Trixie
Gone, but never forgotten
Forever and for always Trixie, mom loves you. You may be gone from this Earth, but you will never leave her heart and soul.
Love you forever Trixie
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by Sherri Moorer
The welcome home screams invited me into the offices of Doctors Zack and Bubbles, ready to begin their official duties as listeners and comforters of human sorrows after a hard day at work.
“What am I going to do?” I asked, as I plopped in my recliner. “The phones won’t stop ringing. The emails are constant. The mail weeps with the death of a forest every day. The computers crash, the copiers and scanners jam, and the people! It’s questions, complaints, problems, and misdirected calls all day long. How can I do this until retirement?”
Find out what Doctors Zack and Bubbles prescribe for their most important patient, mom, on the Feathered Frenzy page.
Greetings to all my favorite parrot friends! Alexa is in a mood after she rolled under the couch. She blames me for her clumsiness! Good help is hard to find these days!
Recently, I received an interesting letter from a parrot owner.
I live in a three bedroom home and have ten parrots. I work 12 hour shifts and when I get home I am too tired to clean. It seems like every bird has the habit of throwing their fruit, veggies, seed, and pellets on the floor! When I go into their room at night, it is a filthy mess. I cant even get near their cages! Is there anything on the market that could help me? PLEASE DON’T TELL ME TO GET A VACUUM CLEANER! I have three. I am looking for a piece of industrial equipment. Price is not a problem.
Read Morty’s hilarious reply on Beneath the Cage Grate page.
Morty is challenged to adequately respond to a letter from a stressed-out parront who’s trying desperately to keep up with the mess caused by their determined food-flinging flock!
Catch up with Morty in our August issue coming out next weekend, and get ready for more wisecracks and witty retorts from everybirdie’s favorite birdie columnist, Morty!
Just over a year ago we lost two beautiful souls, Alice (Warden) and her beautiful Amazon Penne. The Roost thanks our close online flock, and especially Coco the Parrot, for forwarding so many wonderful pics to share with everyone in honour and remembrance of a lady and her birdie, both of whom brought much love, joy, silliness, and laughter to many, many lives.
Alice and Penne, you are missed so very much. Your candle will continue to burn bright in all of us forever and for always.
A rose, from Coco, to remember Alice.
If it weren’t for Alice and Penne, many of us (affectionately known as ‘Anipals’) would likely have never connected, so thank you Alice and Penne for bringing us all under your wing and into your loving embrace.
Here’s to you Penne and Warden, love you, always.
The silly and saucy side of Alice and Penne!
Penne, you are so loved, and so missed by your best friend Coco.