Everytime I get in our house, leave, come back again, travel the world, go to chalet, to the gym, hang out with friends – I have to pass by our kitchen on the ground floor.
Koko, our little bird buddy is always there in the cage. Looking at me, making sounds, sometimes strange, sometimes sane, regardless, he wants me to play with him, so I do. A couple of seconds, a minute or two maybe ? then POOF, I leave again.
He stays in the cage.
Thats his state for more than a year now. Always in the cage.
It kills me to see KOKO in that state.
I thought “Why don’t I free KoKo ?” a striking question came right back at me “Will he survive ?”
Tried contacting people who take care of animals, did not recieve an answer that feels good. Thats me being nice here.
Im not sensitive, its just that Koko is a being with a soul and I just feel like there are other ways to take care of an animal. Anything but a cage.
A goldfish is blessed, has a short memory span, it can survive a tank and stuff, right ? WRONG, look !
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