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Birds and Cats and Dogs oh my!
Apr 2nd, 2012 at 12:16am
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The story I tell again and again is of my unusually close Trio: A cockatiel, tabby cat, and black "laberlation".

When we first brought Tiger (the tabby) home she was tiny because she was a foster we ended up adopting, and the first thing she attached to was our big black dog. He taught her all about being a dog/kitten and still watches her like an overprotective daddy.  It also didn't take Tiger long to discover Doki, my cockatiel. Believe it or not these two get along great.  She loves sitting on his cage and watching him, but has NEVER tried to eat him, even when they're both loose in the house. 

So long story short my house looks like a food chain diagram most of the time, though I know everybody's A-OK. lol
  
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Reply #1 - Mar 20th, 2014 at 5:28am
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All you need now is a fish!?  Cheesy
  
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