This Guy's Parrot Is Acting Strange, So He Peeks Into Her Nest And Gets Astonished Instantly
Source: joseheber2/Louro was one of two stranded baby parrots that Brazillian animal-loving farmer Josemar Milli and his wife rescued in the woods fourteen years ago. They brought them home and took care until they were fully mature. Then, one flew away for good, while the other chose to stay. She was named Louro and has never been caged, though she loves being around Milli's family. The loyal green bird comes and leaves freely.
Source: joseheber2/Lately, Louro hadn't followed her routine and had always returned when it was dark. The farmer noticed and thought she had her new nest inside a wooden fencepost. Instead of sleeping at Milli's home every night, the parrot had left for three consecutive nights. Hence, the curious man tried seeing what the parrot was interested in and peeked into her place, where he got completely awed.
Louro was protecting three neglected baby cats Source: joseheber2/Three newborn kittens were crying inside the shallow vertical log. Louro appeared to protect them carefully, but she couldn't carry them out the post. Milli guessed the kittens had been left by a neighbor's cat. He reintroduced them to her, but she kept rejecting them while Louro was bonded with them. Thus, he took them home.
Louro is always near her adopted furry kids Source: joseheber2/
Milli's cat with new kitties Source: joseheber2/Louro looked after the kittens as if she was their mother. She treated them like her babies. They were always together. Milli's cat welcomed the pusses as a part of her family. The farmer's daughters decided to adopt Louro's weird moewborns. They were so happy and amazed by how their adopted parrot adopted other animals that weren't even the same species. It was a miracle.
Milli's daughter learns to feed her pussycats Source: joseheber2/Milli's TikTok clip about his parrot buddy and her unlikely babies went viral after a few days and reached nearly a million views. Numerous internet users commented that they were delighted with Luoro's tenderness. Also, they felt blessed when they knew the three abandoned kitties had found a loving home with an odd-yet-wonderful parrot mommy.