Parrots Engage In Hilarious Verbal Fight Over Shower Rights
Most parrots love to bathe, which softens dirt on the feathers and skin and encourages preening. If you bathe your parrot regularly, you will notice that his feathers will begin to become waterproof due to his preening duties. Bathing is important for parrots, whose skin can become dry and itchy, leading to plucking. Some birds appreciate a daily misting being lightly sprayed with room-temperature water, while others prefer to bathe in a shallow dish of water. Providing a shallow bathing dish every day enables birds to bathe as they feel the need and desire to.
Tonka is just too excited to wait his turn in the shower while his buddy Tiko takes his sweet time. Apparently, Tonka is so impatient to get in the shower that he is doing his best to speed up the process. Perched on his seat, Tonka doesn’t wait for long to accomplish what he has set her mind to. The moment his owner tells him to go in the shower, he doesn’t think twice but obeys. How skillfully he uses his beak to get down from the metal construction - he will do anything just to see himself inside the shower.
Tonka’s beak is so powerful that can easily crack nuts and seeds, while his dry, scaly tongue has a bone inside it that makes it an effective tool for tapping into things. Once in the shower, he seems not that satisfied since he wants to take Tiko’s place and feel the full benefits of the shower. Spreading his charismatic and colorful wings, he wants to let Tiko know that he has had his share in the shower and it’s high time for him to enjoy. Tiko obviously disapproves of this and they engage into a verbal fight. Loud squawks, noisy shrieks and screams echo in the bathroom as they are trying to reach an agreement. But until the end of the video, they can’t make a reasonable solution.