Parrot Scolds Feline For Unpleasant Cat-Attack

AFVPublished: November 2, 2017272,289 viewsVirality: 25%
Published: November 2, 2017

Cats have been domesticated for more than 10,000 years, but domesticated cats still share many attributes with wild cats. The desire to hunt is one of them. Many cat lovers are also big bird fans, which means cats’ remarkable hunting skills can often be cause for concern.

Feline and parrot are sitting on a table, the bird stares at the feline and she stares right back at him. Soon after, the parrot tries to reach to the cat and she immediately pulls the cat-attack and tries to smack the parrot in the face for good measure.

This cat takes a dislike to the parrot because he stands too close and is making her uncomfortable. A brawl breaks out between the pair with the cat hitting and the parrot scolding the cat, saying ‘No! No!’.

Sometimes cats engage in behaviour that owners don’t appreciate. In order to make our cats behave in the way we want them to, we may try to punish them for their bad behaviour. Luckily for the owner, this talking parrot took the role of a bad parent and scolds the family cat by saying “No” to her bad attitude, every time she goes after him and tries to smack him in the face!

That chatter to a ‘No’ or scold is more like the extravagant eye-roll, sigh, and hair flip of an irascible adolescent, or someone telling you to talk to the hand, or possibly as frustrated as flipping you the bird. Continuing to say ‘No’ to a cat in that agitated modality may be interpreted as a direct challenge or confrontation, leading to escalation.

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    bluedaisy · 1 week ago

    is that Einstein!? looks like Einstein