767 Views 26 Comments by TRN Admin September 4, 2019, 1:52 pm inAnimals, Cat, Funny, Viral & TrendingParrot massages cat's head ALL Great VIDEOS Are From Here: VISIT Source Maybe you need this:See morePrevious article Hugging CatNext article YOUTUBERS REACT TO TOP 10 VEVO CHANNELS OF ALL TIMEWhat do you think? 0 pointsUpvote DownvoteBrowse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page 26 Comments Leave a ReplyHello! I own a very quiet and sweet Umbrella Cockatoo named Sadie. I've always wanted a cat, I love cats, but I am unsure how to train them to like each other. I could never keep Sadie locked up, that's horrible. I do flying tricks with her and she flies around the house a lot. She's open range like Parrots should be, though she usually is on top of her cage, sitting on the sides of dining room chairs, or hanging out on the tops of the couches. Of course, I could never keep my eyes on her at all times to make sure my cat wouldn't hurt her, but I couldn't lock her up for the majority of the day either, just as I couldn't lock the cat up like that. How do I train them to like each other and be trusted together? ReplyNO NEED to make this CLICKBAIT. I didn't see any massaging. 🙄😒 Replyjua!!? esperá que crezca el minino, ya está probando el sabor de tu patita…😸 ReplyLol that's halerious ReplyYou are a good fuzzy…good little furry fuzzy….' Replypretty cute!!!!💜 ReplyLick my feet cat ReplyFantastic clip! visit my channel, I'm sure you gonna enjoy it. ReplyI just LOVE these two~! ReplyParrots routinely stroke each other's backs. It's so funny that this parrot is trying to do that to the kitten. I imagine the parrot saying, "Where are your feathers, you poor misshapen creature? Don't worry, I won't judge. I like you anyway." Replyi jack to this ReplyOMG….a cat and a parrot!!! They're gonna have a carrot! ReplyThat's pretty cute, but my parrot and cat can't be close to each other…"fighting" ReplyI once read that cats are smart enough to leave birds alone when they're being watched. ReplyVery cute ReplyHahahaha I'm pretty sure the bird was hitting on the cat 😛 I wish them all luck <3 ReplyGran programa mas claro no canto un gallo. mis felicitaciones No te oreoucupes Orlando que las groserias encajaron perfectamente y te quedaron muy bien. Te . .felicito Patricia ReplyLeeza, very important to know this information. Thanks. ReplyHahaha he approached so awkwardly too 😂 Replyballsiest parrot or worst hunter ever. ReplyThat's not a parrot. It's a cockatoo. Replyyou call that a massage? never had one of mine.. 😀 Replyplease stop letting you cat around your bird!! one little scratch or bite from the cat and it will poison your bird's blood and kill it! Reply0:49 "ha" Replymm ain't that sweet? ReplyFYI: "Cats commonly have Pasteurella bacteria as part of their natural flora. While this bacteria is ubiquitous in cats and does them no harm, it is DEADLY to birds. Even if you cat just bats your bird or gets saliva on your bird, you could end up with a dead bird. Also, if you bird has a persistent problem with itching and other skin issues and you have a cat, this could be a cause and your vet should be asked to screen for this bacteria. If your bird is ever in a confrontation with a cat, take him to the vet immediately even if there are NO apparent wounds. The bird could still have been exposed to this bacteria. You should get your bird to a vet the same day if you think it has come in physical contact with a cat’s saliva, feces, or food. This bacteria means even friendly relationships between cats and birds are not safe. Period." ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. * Loading… 0Comments0 comments Written by TRN AdminWe are human & we are dangerous but funny! better watch out!