Affectionate Parrot Is A Master Of Air Kisses And Compliments
“So sweet! So smart! Sweet! Sweet, sweet, sweet."
Einstein the Grey Amazon <a href="https://rumble.com/v3ogcv-parrot-performs-necessary-task-before-taking-a-shower.html" target="_blank">parrot</a> is one self-absorbed bird! He loves to perch up on his owner’s shower and chant to himself, and sometimes to his owner. Because that is how much he loves her!
The species is common in captivity and is regularly kept by humans as a companion parrot, prized for its ability to mimic human speech, which makes it one of the most popular avian pets. An escaped pet in Japan was returned to his owner after repeating the owner's name and address.
They are notorious for mimicking noises around their environment and using them tirelessly. While they are highly intelligent birds, they need enrichment and attention in captivity or they can become distressed; feather plucking is a common symptom. However, they may be prone to behavioral problems due to their sensitive nature.
Grey parrots are also highly intelligent, having been shown to perform at the cognitive level of a 4– to 6-year-old child in some tasks. New experiments have shown that grey parrots can learn number sequences and can associate human voices with those humans' faces.
Einstein the <a href="https://rumble.com/v3nwxf-einstein-the-parrot-invents-a-new-word-for-breakfast.html" target="_blank">parrot</a> chants the word "sweet" and dishes out a compliment while blowing air kisses to the flowers on the wall. Such an affectionate parrot!