The good folks who dedicate their lives to helping animals know that theirs is often thankless work — but as one bird rescuer discovered recently, silence in place of gratitude isn’t the worst thing there is to hear.
John Lloyd, who runs Birds Of A Feather Rescue in Northern California, recently took in a rescued Congo African Grey Parrot, named Kayla, to foster until he could find her a home. While the bird’s namesake hue might make her seem a tad bland to some, Lloyd soon discovered that she is very colorful in other ways.
Turns out, Kayla can talk. And boy, did she have something to say.
“I was sitting in the chair one evening and I hear ‘I gotta poop,'” Lloyd recalled to news station KTVU. “I just looked back and went, ‘Go in your cage and poop!’ And she says ‘Shut the f*** up!’ She…
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