Everyone who lives with a parrot knows that if you’re not in sight, your feathered companion will do whatever it takes to get your attention. Cheeks doesn’t like it when her human leaves her alone and goes out. She waits and waits and waits (kinda patiently but not so much) for her mommy to get home.
See Cheeks’ reaction when no one answers her call in the August issue of It’s A Birb Thing.
In the July edition of It’s A Birb Thing, Cheeks finds herself a bit tangled up.
As parronts, we all know what happens sometimes when we leave the room and our birdies don’t know where we’ve gone.
Check out how Cheeks expresses her feelings on this serious issue in the June edition of It’s A Birb Thing.
With many of us working from home due to the COVID-19 lockdown, our companion birds have taken on new roles as co-workers.
Lavender’s May It’s A Birb Thing column finds Cheeks providing key input on mom’s work-related phone call.
In the March edition of It’s A Birb Thing, we find Cheeks doing her best to get her beak on mom’s cookie.
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Cheeks follows up her December It’s A Birb Thing cooking lesson with more meal prep tips in Cooking With Cheeks: Part 2.
Every birdie will benefit from learning about these important cooking (and eating) How To’s!
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In the December issue of It’s A Birb Thing, we are treated to some important lessons on cooking from our resident Cockatiel Cheeks!
Cheeks is getting her jingle bells skills honed for the Christmas holiday in this month’s edition of It’s A Birb Thing.
In Lavender’s October It’s A Birb Thing comic strip we find Cheeks showing the wild birds outside her window the proper way of greeting the morning.