The pros of having a pet bird:
-They require very little care and training – most birds get on with humans reasonably well once they have been introduced properly. Provided their basic needs such as food and water are met, Birds generally conversate in avian speech which is quite cute!
-They’re adorable – no surprise here, but baby birds up for adoption or those only years old tend to be among the cutest pets around! Older pets may not visually appeal as much but often still remain engaging pets due to their intelligence/personality traits.
-They make great company – many people find that having one or more companionbirds fills an important social role in their lives and can help reduce anxiety levels; additionally, Birdsong has been proven therapeutic for those feeling lonely or depressed conditions.
The cons of owning a pet bird:
-Because they communicate through chirping and twittering noises made by their throats (rather than words), Bird owners MUST have some kind of understanding of avian language in order to effectively communicate with them; otherwise example – if your Pet is screaming its head off every time you accidentally step on it, then it might not be best suited for your household/trait type 😉 This isn’t always easy (or even possible!) so do take this into account before purchasing any pet birds.
-Other household pets MAY resent/try dominate your new feathered friend – especially cats who consider Birds prey species 🙂 Again though if introductions go well and you manage properfeeding schedules etc., chances are Cats will eventually get over Bird ownership once they realise that Birds aren’t going anywhere anytime soonthough admittedly this could sometimes take weeks/months instead of minutes 😉 Human patience tends to be rather thin when it comes to housemates..sorry 🙁
Let’s take a closer look…
Ultimately, the key factor determining whether a parrot can understand human speech lies not with its intelligence but rather with how well it was socialized from an early age. For example, African Greys are widely considered among the most intelligent of all pet birds yet few owners note their pet’s ability to decipher even rudimentary sentences uttered by their owners. Conversely, many Canary Island Red Ps generally enjoy good familial relationships within households and thus may be better suited to parsing human dialogue (assuming they have been correctly taught).
The price of a Burmese cat really depends on its genetic quality and whether it has been spayed or neutered.highly prized Burmese pedigrees typically cost more than unsubsidized pets. Older cats that have proven themselves to be healthy and well-mannered tend to command lower prices, however all kittens are considered special and should not be overpriced just because they come from a high-quality line.
Thank your for reading!