The Most Amazing Cockatiel Escape

Submitted by: tbirdtricia 8 years ago in Funny

There"s no cage made that can hold these two birds.
There are 31 comments:
Female 525
My parakeet used to do this to get to me. He was so clingy. It was adorable! He followed me around like a little puppy..
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Female 1,264
Haha bad bad birdies...XD

Adorable.

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Male 82
Also, my parrot can roll over and fetch.
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Male 82
My quick fix for my parrot was to put key rings on the doors I don`t often use and carabiners on the others.
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Female 18
THE JAIL BIRDS MAKE A RUN FOR IT!!!!!!!!
I posted this video and I have more fun videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/tbirdtricia . the first bird out,Sally was amazingly clever in holding the door open after she got out for her boyfriend!!!
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Male 283
F`ING amazing
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Female 15,763
HE HELPED HIS FRIEND OUT! That`s so cute!

I love it when animals are friends...

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Male 1,685
that`s a big F-you to the `owners`
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Male 15,832
Opening the door was pretty cool, but the best part was when he held the door open from the outside. I couldn`t figure out if he was holding it for the other bird or trying to teach the other bird how to open it. Either way, it`s a win.
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Female 385
lol, ya, birds. did you guys see the video of a crow breaking out of a cage, opening a combination lock (he`d seen it opened once) and take cash out of a wallet?
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Male 216
mrGuy,

these animals are smart! my birds food was too hard so he would soak it in water for an hour before he ate it. he was a little older than his cage mate so he would cut pieces of dried fruit for him.

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Male 54
I once had a bird that could open a cage like that. And when I added a twisty tie to keep it closed she managed to untangle that too. I would up buying a mini lock for the door to the cage.
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Female 5
Spoken like someone who`s never had a bird.

MrGuy:
birds are nice pets to watch, but other than looking at them they are kind of pointless...


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Female 99
Not impressive at all.. I have a bird and he does the same thing...
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Male 845
did you try a cage with a latch?
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Male 138
birds are nice pets to watch, but other than looking at them they are kind of pointless...
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Female 778
ugh. my mom had one of those when i was 12. it was evil and vicious and i still have a scar from that stupid bird.
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Male 5,314
just put a lock on it.

nice choice on the music in the background, "we gotta get out of this place, if it`s the last thing we ever do" as the birds are escaping.

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Female 351
Whos a clever bird then
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Female 1,571
I swear my cawkatiels try to open their cage door like that sometimes...but I honestly think they are too dumb to even try it lol so maybe they just like to make alot of noise and wake me up in the morning =P
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Male 338
kept reading "cocktail"... how non-alcoholic...
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Female 1,112
My budgie used to get out of way tougher cages than that. But then she`d do disgusting bird things like poop on the lamps... and build a nest behind the bookcase....
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Male 1,894
smart birds. A simple latch will stop em though. On that cage you could use a paperclip, or twisty tie.
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Male 439
I had a pet rat in a cage like that and it managed to escape as well so i don`t know how impressive that is for a bird ;)
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Male 844
@trilliongram - although unimpressive, its still clever
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Female 135
Anyone who`s ever owned a roosteratiel finds this completely unimpressive
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Female 4,039
Aww that`s cute. Cheep!
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Female 212
Adorable, but yeah, roosteratiels are notorious for those kinds of escapes. I prefer hinged cage doors that have a locking bar for my birdies.
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Male 17,511
Now that`s a jailbreak. :-)
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Male 331
clever!
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Female 18
Link: The Most Amazing Cockatiel Escape [Rate Link] - There`s no cage made that can hold these two birds.
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