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Ew! kill it! kill it!
It's a Cthulu-keet, how adorable.
Its more cute than it is freaky.
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.
Well it's a clear example of micro-evolution as the parakeet has not magically left it's kind. Keep trying though evolutionists.
At first I thought it was one of those floofy polish chickens...
Poor little guy. Glad he has a good home.
Let's breed it and sell it to Southern ladies.
"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.
for some reason I feel like I need to get me a loofah
Wait 'til Brian sees this. He'll be the new national animal.
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.
So does he only have problems with forming feathers, or is he all twisted up underneath, too?
He makes a cute noise, though.
Somewhere a parakeet had sex with a pile of seaweed
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