When it Comes to Parrots, Cats Put Up with a Lot

Ellen's Good News

Turns out cats may be the most patient of all animals, or at least they've learned how to live harmoniously in a world with parrots.

Need proof? This YouTube compilation says it all.

(Side note: More people own both a cat and a parrot than we thought!)

Even with the most easygoing cats, there's only so much one can take from a pesky bird. For the parrots out there, here are a few things to keep in mind to prevent getting clawed by your feline bestie:

1. She doesn't share her food, especially when there are only a few bits of Meow Mix left.

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2. Avoid putting your beak in her eye. Definitely don't touch her eyeball.

3. Grooming her whiskers is totally cool, and much appreciated. Interrupting her favorite television show, different story.

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4. It's an ear. Get over it.

5. Brush your teeth if you're going to get all up in her face.

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cats

6. Tail = off limits.

7. Let her sleep. That means no chirping, no hopping around on her head, and again - we really can't emphasize this enough - lay off her ears.

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Follow these simple rules and you and your fave kitty will stay friends forever.

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