The African grey population is dwindling precisely because they imitate human speech so well and people love to use them as pets.
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Marion Wischnewski, a NAWT staff member, said she has caught the parrot romancing Alexa.
Earlier to this, according to BBC, Rocco was re-homed from the National Animal Welfare Trust sanctuary in Berkshire because of his foul language. Wischnewski admitted that after catching Rocco in action of his shopping galore, she now usually checks and cancels orders once she's home from work.
"I've come home before and he has romantic music playing", Ms Wischnewski said. "He can do the ice cream van in the summer, and a truck reversing so loud you think it's in your living room". Even though she has to double check her shopping list, it seems Rocco has also built his own playlist. However, Rocco failed to stay out of trouble for long and this time he had help from his "friend" Alexa. Rocco was subsequently placed under the care of a NAWT employee named Marion Wischnewski whereupon he quickly started activating Alexa.