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Monday, 30 March 2020

A parrot won't stop re-enacting its owners' divorce

A parrot won't stop re-enacting its owners' divorce
catch-up-news-parrot-reenacting-divorceCatch Up News brings you the story of one very heartbroken bird. Parrots are of course mostly known for copying greetings, catchphrases and occasionally the odd swear word, but rarely do they recite a heated domestic argument. The Moluccan cockatoo named Peaches has a few memorised though, and apparently also has a call back from her audition for a role in Eastenders. New owner Elaine Sigmon of North Carolina told the story of how Peaches had previously belonged to a couple who divorced, and the scars from a broken home are evident in her every haunting performance. It’s just another case of a child acting out as a desperate cry for attention. Keep up with Catch Up News for more fowl language.
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