Mostly women who love millipedes take care of dogs, cats, sparrows or parrots, but in this report the first interest was in the bathroom, where the website published metro The story of a British pigeon-mad woman who spends over £4,000 a year on two pet pigeons she keeps, each with a private bedroom, wardrobe and also a stroller for a walk.
The bathroom with its owner
The bathroom is in his room
The bathroom in the stroller
Special designs for bathroom clothes
Meggie Johnson, 23, from Lincolnshire, fell in love with the birds after finding and adopting two young chicks, Skye and Moose.
The young woman continued to take care of them, treat them from their wounds, and feed them manually for six weeks, during which they developed a special relationship and they became tame tamers who love her and cannot leave her or fly away from her.
Both Sky and Moss now live a luxurious lifestyle with Christmas gifts, fashion clothes and accessories, daily outings, gourmet meals and constant pampering.
Meiji does not care about the bad comments made by strangers who describe her pet birds as “flying mice”, noting that she feels happy with them and believes that they deserve to be given the opportunity to live in peace and prosperity.
She indicated that they allocate a private bedroom for the bathroom, and they have their small seats, toys, and their wardrobe crammed with small clothes.
She pointed out that the two pigeons have an overwhelming sense of fashion and elegance and feel happy when they wear bright clothes, wag their tails and walk with pride, noting that they have more than 17 pieces of clothes, which they are keen to clean and iron, and to provide them with the appropriate accessories.
Meiji takes the pigeons on her daily walks for fresh air, and notes that Skye loves to sit on her shoulders, sunbathe, and has never tried to fly away from her.
The bird lover celebrates the birthdays of the two pigeons or the day they are found, rescued and pampered, and, as she does with her family, showers them with many gifts.
Although the lifespan of wild pigeons is usually only two years, but in captivity they can live 15 years, which is what Meiji wishes, because they are distinguished and loyal little birds.