These are more of Mama Bird's enchanted companions and guardians. A cockatiel
can never have too many companions. It makes them feel like they are part of a
flock.Companion birds thrive on the attention and love given to them by their human flock. All
of these mystical babies have been adopted by me. Their sole mission
in life is to promote the advancement of the conscientious and loving care
of cockatiels in this world.
This is Melanie. Melanie is the fairy of good nutrition.
She reminds Lady Person to prepare a variety of fresh vegetables, fruit and protein dishes
for her cockatiel every day. She
encourages Mama Bird to eat her fruit and vegetables. Zoe is the fairy of
pleasure.She reminds Mama's lady person to always have enjoyable yet
nutritious treats on hand for her, such as Nutriberries and vegetable corn
bread. Zoe also reminds Lady Person to spend time every single day
playing with and talking to Mama Bird and to alternate cage toys to
prevent her from getting bored. She hasn't done too well with toys because Mama is still afraid of them.
Phoebe is the magical unicorn of exercise and flight. She encourages
cockatiels to stretch their wings and to climb the cage bars to maintain physical
fitness. Giving cockatiels a bit of a prod on their tail feathers, she makes sure that Mama
Bird at least plays with her homemade toys, cuttlebone or food and does not sit in a corner wasting away.
Chuckles is a mischievous dragon baby. Although he does protect Mama,
he likes to tease cockatiels by flashing his wings and blinking his eyes quickly.This makes them squawk
loudly or bite.
Unfortunately, all of these
guardians are also just mythical and can not guard or protect your bird at
all. Only you can do that. They serve as imaginary representations
of what qualities a loving and conscientious cockatiel owner should posses and what
duties and responsibilities need to be met. They are meant to stir the
conscience of people who neglect their cockatiels. How does your