Jealous Bird Won't Allow Owner To Play With Rubber Duck

Jealous Bird Won't Allow Owner To Play With Rubber Duck

Most people fall into two categories: cat lovers or dog lovers. But what about horses, ferrets, or birds? If you happen to be a bird lover, this video will make your day. It not only proves that birds are great pets, but they have distinct personalities. In fact, birds also have emotions. This jealous bird won’t allow her owner to play with a rubber duck!

This cute bird doesn’t seem to be a fan of her owner’s rubber ducky. It’s as if she has this innate understanding that rubber ducks for the splishing and splashing in the tub and not on her owner’s knee. After all, that’s her human, and that hand only pets her, and that finger happens to be her perch.

This bird’s owner must know how her bird feels because she set up the camera, hit the record button, and got to work pretending to be giving a little love to a plastic, yellow rubber duck.

It takes a few seconds but suddenly, a not-so-happy bird flies into the frame. She lands and looks at her owner as if she is scolding her, “Hey! Hey there, human, you are mine and I am not sharing!”

The unhappy bird picks up the duck in her tiny beak before tossing it aside. What happens next is comical. She looks at her owner as if she’s preening and wants her to pet her.

This video is so comical, it has been viewed more than 1.3 million times. I doubt the bird cares much about going viral but maybe her owner was surprised! The viewers' comments are just as hysterical, too! One viewer commented, “I love how after throwing the duck, she’s waiting for a pat.”

Another commented,
“Owner: *Pats Rubber duck*
Bird: And I took that personally.”

It is videos like this that prove all of God’s creatures have emotions and personalities. Each one is unique! This bird definitely loves her owner and seems to be pretty possessive of her, too!

“Does the hawk take flight by your wisdom and spread its wings toward the south? Does the eagle soar at your command and build its nest on high? It dwells on a cliff and stays there at night; a rocky crag is its stronghold. From there it looks for food; its eyes detect it from afar." Job 39:26-29

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