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Other cases of animal inheritances include a Manhattan woman who left $100,000 to 32 cockatiels; her sister is contesting the will.
Several days later, dispatchers got a call from a family that had been looking for a lost cockatiel.
Users are easily startled and confused, like cockatiels with credit cards.
Cockatiels typicall live 16-25 years, according to Cockatiel.com.
Her niece, María Navarro, whose second story was dry, took Rivera in — along with at least five other relatives, seven cats, four dogs, two parrots and two cockatiels.
Today, Maloney and Ross, 60 and 66, inhabit their home with a rotating crew of housekeepers, a couple of fish tanks, a cockatiel, two bearded dragons, two dogs, two cats, and a dwarf hamster.
Pearl once helped rescue 160 cockatiels from one home.
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Origin and Etymology of cockatiel
First Known Use: 1877See Words from the same year
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