These are very curious birds that will get into anything and try to play with anything that is within their reach, luckily as they are very small they are not very destructive, and watching them trying to cart off something that is obviously far too big for them can be very comical. They will fit into any home environment getting along with any family members, young or old, who are willing to give them their time, they generally have no fear of cats or dogs and will not be off
Whoever said good things come in small packages must have been talking about the parrotlet.
Be assured that parrotlet are a big parrot in a small body, with comical behavior and adventurous nature. Parrotlets are tiny, streamlined parrots with wedge-shaped tails and large beaks for their size. most species of parrotlets are less than 5 inches in length, but much longer-lived than most other small hook-bills such as budgies and lovebirds. Parrotlets are one of the smallest species of parrot
ockatiels are among the most popular pet birds. Small parrots with a variety of color patterns and a crest, they are attractive as well as friendly and easy to tame. Because of their small size, cockatiel care and taming is easier than some other parrot species. They are capable of mimicking speech, although they can be difficult to understand. However, they are quite good at whistling and can often be taught to whistle tunes.
SOME OF OUR SMALL ANIMALS
They can be trained to use a litter box, they’ll come when called, and some will engage their owners in a daily game of tag! Domestic rabbits are delightful companion animals. They are inquisitive, intelligent, sociable and affectionate—and if well-cared for, indoor rabbits can live for seven to ten or more years.
Guinea pigs make wonderful companions. These docile members of the rodent family rarely bite and are known for squeaking with delight when their favorite humans enter the room. Guinea pigs are excellent starter pets for older children who have mastered proper handling techniques.
The most common pet hamster is the six-inch Syrian, also known as the golden hamster or teddy bear hamster. Syrians have a lifespan of two to three years. Dwarf species such as the Siberian, Roborovsky’s Djungarian, and Chinese are smaller than Syrians, at about two to three inches. They have an average lifespan of one to two years.