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LIFE WITH BIRDS is a web-comic strip about living with pet birds. The story can be funny, sad or heartwarming. It's a mix between personal experience and wild imagination of my life as an artist and a bird parent. All the characters in my comic are based on the real birds that I have/had. New comic is released once in 2 weeks here. Special bird comics (full page, several pages long) are posted on my Patreon for patrons only.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016


Bird comic strip
Not all flight birds will be willing to mimic our words, parrots and not. So, better keep this in mind when you want to adopt a bird. The best way to make a bird talk is if it's the only bird at home. A bird is a social animal, and without another species of its own to socialize with, it will bond faster with its human and learn to talk as a way to communicate with the human. So, yeah, even a sparrow or a finch might have a better chance talking than a flock of budgie living together in a cage.

Anyway, after watching some parrot videos showing them playing and saying "Peekaboo!" with their owners I have been intrigued enough to try it with Pepe. But Boy, not only he didn't show any interest, he was pissed off...! I might have interrupted his masturbation schedule. Who knew? Lol. :D

Btw, do you enjoy reading my bird comics? A new exclusive series is available on my Patreon account, for my birds' patrons. If I have more patrons, I can submit 3 and more comic strips, instead the usual 2, a month on my blog here. Are there any of you who likes to support an artistic birdie mom and her dozen feathery kids for just $5 every month with ongoing exclusive bird comics to read as a reward? Your donation will be saved to help me renovate my birdie room. :)
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  1. LOL, yes that works with my cat but NOT with Fluffy.

    1. it won't work with all my birds either :D


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