The Joys of Raven Ownership pt.1
READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION BEFORE COMMENTING Comments from trolls will be removed. Part 2: http://youtu.be/jng3MG2MiXQ If you believe that ravens/ birds/ whatever animal should not be kept as pets, please refrain from commenting. You're entitled to your opinion, I'm entitled to mine. We will disagree, and I'm not going waste my time arguing with you. Sam Ravenburd is a hybrid raven, part Common Raven, part White-Necked Raven. He was bred in captivity and is legal in the pet industry in the US. He is a very cool pet, but a very demanding pet. A couple of years ago, I didn't latch the door to Sam's big cage and he demolished my motel room. Today, while I was gone for an hour, he pulled a Mission Impossible, escaped and had himself a VERY good time. A few facts- I recently moved and am still moving in. Not everything is in it's place yet (the couch is a holding facility for a bunch of junk at the moment) Sam is back in his old cage until I get the permit required to use the outdoor cage. (stupid city says that because he's not a cat or a dog, he's livestock, so I need a permit to have him outside while in city limits) I came home from work, picked up the dogs and went to the pet store and grocery store. I was gone about an hour. I came home to this. *facepalm* "Parrot proof" =/= "raven proof" Sam doesn't like the camera, so some of his cawing is his 'worried' sound. He's also trying to protect his soggy bread stash, afraid I'm going to take it from him. Eeewww, I don't want it!