- Aug 7, 2020
Paisley, pineapple green cheek born February 12, 2021, and
Daisy the most beautiful Pineapple green cheek, currently flying in paradise RIP February 2, 2020 – August 14, 2021
This is so extremely heartbreaking. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I understand the heartbreak completely. Your story touched me, and I can't help but get tears in my eyes right now just feeling the sentiment. Yes, I do feel from everything you say that he was your son in a past life. When my bird Daisy passed away, I experienced also some very strange things that made me believe in things I never had before with my left brain. I used to call her my little sister. You had a very special connection with your bird and that is truly a gift from the universe that not everyone has the privilege to experience. Sending blessing to that sweet beautiful soul and healing for your heart.Hello conure lovers, this is my first post.
My sun conure had an accident yesterday morning while I was sleeping.
He was chasing after my mom.
He was fully feathered and not trimmed.
No idea how he hit the staircase, or maybe the floor, that's so not like him.
He broke his neck.
He stayed up for a few minutes just to see me for the last time.
I could not save him.
He died peacefully in my hands.
Me and my mom are beyond devastated.
Don't wanna believe this is real.
He is the first ever thing who calls me by the name daddy, I treated him like my son. He made me so happy.
He understands my language and my emotions
Accompanied me through the hardest moments in my life until after I got my PhD.
He is 1 year and 2 months old, spent 11 months with us.
We buried him in my backyard, a nice deep and sturdy stone grave with flowers on top, to make sure no raccoons can dig him out.
Maybe my parrot was indeed my son in my previous life. He came to see me in this life and went back to heaven after he served his purpose as the Lord summoned him. I am not religious.
I remember the day when I got him from the pet store, he willingly flew onto my shoulder as soon as the worker there opened the cage for me. There were a bunch of other birds inside and he was the only one who came to me.
He was 3 months old, and was able to say daddy without anyone teaching him. he did that within two weeks of settling in my house.
He was gifted, and so loved by us. We made sure we took the best care of him everyday. We miss him dearly.
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