Simon Perusse lives in Quebec, and he has a very unusual bird for a pet. It’s a crow. Simon came upon the crow 8 years ago and realized the bird had a broken wing. He took it in and helped him with his wing, and now the bird, which he named Moko cannot stand to be away from his human friend.
Says Simon: “I leave for a month and he gets bored and tears all his feathers out. Once a bird is connected to a human like that, the bird can’t handle being separated from them.”
And Moku often accompanies Simon on his job as a tour guide for a village. Last year, Simon had to go to court to defend owning the crow and keeping it in his apartment.
In Quebec, it’s against the law to keep a wild bird, such as a crow, in captivity, and Simon was facing a $650 fine. In court, Simon argued against the law… and he won.
Guess you could say Simon and his little buddy are birds of a feather. Wahhh-waaahhhh…
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