Senegal Parrot, Poicephalus senegalus, african parrot, my site is all about my 8 year old Syd.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Syd Senegal Parrot Kipling Bag
Syd my Senegal Parrot Kipling Bag
I have noticed recently that Syd my Senegal Parrot seems to be attracted to my Kipling Bag. He first chomped off the monkey’s thumb, I thought nothing of it, now when I come home and I put the bag on the chair, somehow he manages to get onto it. He propels himself onto the open bag. I am not sure if it is because he knows when I go out I have the bag with me or he wants to come with in the bag. Bless his little head, his so cute, see the pictures, new toy I guess, I can’t say I am too happy, slightly wary, I will have to find a new bag if he chomps anything else.
Some Syd Senegal Parrot Photos
Some cute pictures here and above of dear Syddie, he has another new thing at dinner, he announces “Sleeping”, if you make a bit of noise with a plate, he says “sleeping” again. If you leave the door open and there is a bit of a draft he also complains, moaning away. I guess we all getting little quirks and a thing as we mature, Syd is 7, and he turned 7 in January I did slightly forget. The lady in the pet shop did not order his favorite parrot toy with the wooden banana, peach and another fruit object that tastes like the fruits. I guess it is imported to South Africa and the reps don’t always deliver.
Syd my beloved Senegal Parrot and sleeping
Another new things is I must go lie down on the bed next to him when he goes to sleep, I did it the one time when he was a bit dehydrated now the expects it all the time. A real little monkey he is, he understands everything you say really. I told him the other day something was at his one foot, he was looking for it, straight away I told him he reached exactly where I said. Amazing.
I play Whitney Houston music to Syddie, so when he heard them playing it on the TV as they said Whitney Houston dead, he was all ears. He loves the music from the Bodyguard from Whitney, what a happening Whitney Houston 2012.
I am so thankful for this little Senegal Parrot who has changed my life, taught me to love again, that things are impermanent, to live in the moment. Parrots or birds are amazing to watch really, we could learn a thing or two from them, enjoying eating his guava completely engrossed or when he drinks his berry and guava fruit juice, he closes his eyes like his savoring the moment.