|James Woods - 2009-04-15 |
Ew! kill it! kill it!
|dementomstie - 2009-04-15 |
It's a Cthulu-keet, how adorable.
|Jeriko-1 - 2009-04-15 |
Its more cute than it is freaky.
|nuzzles - 2009-04-15 |
From what I hear, parakeets with this particular birth defect have trouble eating and typically do not live long, but it's nice to see it being well cared-for.
|facek - 2009-04-15 |
Well it's a clear example of micro-evolution as the parakeet has not magically left it's kind. Keep trying though evolutionists.
|rustedmutt - 2009-04-15 |
At first I thought it was one of those floofy polish chickens...
Poor little guy. Glad he has a good home.
|baleen - 2009-04-15 |
Let's breed it and sell it to Southern ladies.
|Bone_Vulture - 2009-04-15 |
"Whipper is actually a mutant parakeet"
No, REALLY? And yes, I have a feeling that it has a bundle of tentacles instead of a tongue.
No, that would be a lorikeet.
|erratic - 2009-04-15 |
for some reason I feel like I need to get me a loofah
|Camonk - 2009-04-15 |
Wait 'til Brian sees this. He'll be the new national animal.
|Knuckles - 2009-04-15 |
Glad to see they finally crossbred a parakeet and an old english sheep dog.
I also love the "its parents actually abandoned it at birth because of the way it looked" line accompanied by the happy jingle, and then the video ending on that note.
|Cube - 2009-04-15 |
So does he only have problems with forming feathers, or is he all twisted up underneath, too?
He makes a cute noise, though.
|dead_cat - 2009-04-17 |
|thebaronsdoctor - 2011-01-04 |
Somewhere a parakeet had sex with a pile of seaweed
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