It has been 14 years since Josemar Milli and his wife saved two baby parrots. 14 years ago, Josemar found two baby parrots, which he brought home and started caring for. When they were old enough to fend for themselves, one flew away from them. The other chose to stay at Josemar’s farm. The parrot was named Luro.
They always let the parrot loose, but he never left them. And when Louro sees Josemar, he quickly walks over to his shoulder and says hello. Recently, however, the parrot changed its behavior, without Josemar and his wife fully understanding why. The parrot, which is mostly at home during the day, started coming back home at night. At night, he slept on the farm. After all these years, it is not surprising that it surprised Josemar when suddenly the parrot began to spend its nights away from home. The parrot made a nest in the pillar. Josemar decided to check what made the parrot suddenly continuously patrol its nest area. He decided to look at what was inside the nest and started laughing.
The parrot did what he had done 14 years ago: he was taking care of the cubs of foreign animals. There were three kittens in Luuro’s nest, which the parrot cared for as if they were her own. The kittens belonged to a farm cat that had probably strayed from them. The kittens are now reunited with the mother cat. At first, the mother cat was still trying to give up her kittens. And now it is with them. But all this does not prevent the parrot from continuing to take care of the kittens together with the cat.