From Rita Roberts: Mitsi just passed away: Mitsi’s vocabulary consisted of the following…


From Rita Roberts: Mitsi just passed away: Mitsis vocabulary consisted of the following…

Rita Robert's cockateel Mitsi

She always said this to herself first,

Good morning, Mitsi

then:

Good morning, Rita

Other words are:

What are you doin,

Where’s Koko? and:

Give me a kiss, and also:

Wheres John. She was just about a year old.

John has Mitsis parents in his aviary so if they have any more babies I might have one.

Rita Roberts's parakeet Haiku

 

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8 thoughts on “From Rita Roberts: Mitsi just passed away: Mitsi’s vocabulary consisted of the following…”

    1. Yes, I figured as much! You should have taught her some Linear B words such as AKORO = field and ANEMO = wind! ha ha 🙂 🙂

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