The cockatoo struts over to the cats and opens its beak, but it isn’t a trill that comes out. Instead, the bird begins to meow. And it seems the felines cannot believe what they are seeing and hearing.
Sitting in a semicircle alongside the cockatoo, the trio appear unsure of how to respond. One of the cats meows softly, shapes as if to pounce at the feathered interloper but then changes its mind. After that little brush with danger, though, it is the bird who seems to be calling all the shots.