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Monday, January 22, 2007

Adopting a Pet

Remember how a while ago, we had a conversation about how to tell whether or not a human is suitable to take care of a cockatiel or another animal? Now, if you are a human and you've decided that you are not worthy of a cockatiel at this time, but that you would like to adopt a cat or dog, here's a list of very informative articles on what you should do.

That's all I can help you with; why anybody would want to live in the same house with a dangerous feline or canine that might rip a pretty bird's feathers out is beyone me, but I know that my buddy CC-Man owns a poodle, and everything seems to be going well, so maybe I'm biased. Anyway, congratulations and good luck!

If you found you are the right human for a beautiful bird, here is a short article to help you decide which type of bird you are suitable for: Which Is the Right Bird for Me?. This will get you started.

Naturally, you have come to the right place for links to all kinds of good bird information, beak-picked by a winged writer, so keep checking back here for more!

Au revoir!


T-man said...

Ahem, that should read "CC-man is owned by a fabulously handsome poodle!"

My mom knew that poodles were smart, so she was confident that I'd know that CC-man was a part of the family. I was curious about him at first, but learned quickly that he's family and not a toy. I even let him nip at me while I'm eating. He's a pesky kid brother, but OK.


CC-man said...

"CC-man owns the poodle" sounds right to me (hee hee!)


J. L. LeMone said...

I'll let you two figure that out, but personally, I agree with CC-man...