Oregon Humane Society.

My half finished memorial site story about Romeo, my green cheek conure that died last October.


When they packed Romeo in the car and started driving away from the only home she’d ever known, Romeo was not scared. She was very excited because she thought maybe she might be able to get out of her godforsaken cage and fly into the tree’s. The blue eyed man she called gweeee gweeee was very calm and had a big smile. Romeo was in high spirits and was happy as well. It was a long drive but Romeo was on pins and needles. When they arrived at her new home the first person Romeo met was the annoying lady that came and spent the night at her house a few times before. Romeo did not like the soft voiced humans they were too scared of her. This annoying female was not scared at all. She was right in Romeo’s face talking all sickly sweet, It made Romeo nauseous. Suddenly they were going in the house and the first thing Romeo hears are the sounds of other birds. She recognizes the calls and thinks “OH great now I am stuck with these loud mouthed spazzes….this could be fun though!” When they entered the back room Romeo’s heart stopped…She saw the her soul mate sitting in a chair with an aura of strength and power that surrounded him. He turned to her and said with a deep voice “Well who is this?” Quee Quee said “This is Romeo…He is four years old.” Romeo cringed when Quee Quee called her a boy. The beautiful man said “Hi Romeo. I am your daddy. We are your family.” With that he did what only one other person has ever dared do to Romeo. He opened her cage and got her out and held her. To make it even more wonderful he continued to pet and love her with no intention of locking her back up any time soon. to be continued


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