Parrots are already intelligent and cannot be trusted
I once had this Parrot named Buddy yeah? And he would scream bloody murder when no one was home... like to the point where one day someone actually thought someone was being murdered in our home, so they called the police. Police come, heard the screaming, busted the door down and let all our dogs out. And I kid you not, this came straight from the officers mouth when my mom came after they called her to come catch our dogs. When the police came through the door, guns out and everything, Buddy stopped screaming, looked right at the female officer and said "Hey Baby"
Parrots know what they're doing, they are sneaky trickster gremlins sent to this world to toy with us
My husband hates birds with a passion (repeated annoying childhood experience), so we'd probably end up with the talking dog. At the same time, I'm not entirely sure I want my dog to know how to talk. He can be obnoxious WITHOUT that ability.
Well, if any of the dogs I know talked to me they'd either be saying "Give me food!" or "Take me out!" or "There's someone at the DOOR!" so I think I'd rather have an intelligent parrot to wake me up for college, and just chill with. But I guess if the dogs I knew were the quiet type, I'd have a different view on this. It's just that I really don't appreciate lots of noise. ^-^"
I'd definitely have to let the parrot outside once in a while, maybe it could be trained like a bird of prey?
are intelligent and have appreciation of kindness.
Pussy Cats on the other hand will respect only what they can not over take. If they can take you down they will take down. Even a giant really big person if you give them the chance. Again Pussies does not have appreciation and only respects what it can not over take.
I would say Dogs. Because dogs actually do talk but there mouths are unable to make the words out correctly. So they communicate in other ways possible.
Parrots obvious have the education of a small child when it comes to intellegence but they have parrots that are able to do math and identify objects.
*sigh* I wish I said that the intelligent parrot was more intelligent then the normal, the point of this forum. As intelligent as a teenage, the dog has got the ability to speak without problem unlike the Husky who said "I love you,"
On occasion, I have found myself wanting to know what my dog is thinking. Well, apart from the obvious things anyway. * SQUIRREL! * Your food smells good! Give me some! I want some! * Throw the ball. No. Throw the ball. THROW IT! * I'm hungry. Please?