Adorable little parrot flips over on its back – this next part is the cutest ever

Belly rubs aren't just for furry and fluffy friends. An adorably tiny and playful caique parrot shows us that our feathery friends enjoy tummy scratches and playtime too.
In the video, an owner is playing around with his pretty little yellow parrot named Mango. He's trying to get Mango to bite, grab, jump and play with a clothes hanger, but the cheeky bird has something else in mind.
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Mango quickly loses interest in the clothes hanger and falls on its back — putting its cute claws up in the air and looking expectantly at its owner. Mango wants belly rubs!
The owner then starts rubbing the bird's tummy playfully, and Mango reaches for his fingers with its talons and playfully bites him too. When the owner stops, Mango looks at its owner as if it were saying, "Why did you stop?"
Mango then hops back on its feet and plays with the clothes hanger for another few moments, but quickly drops on its back again asking for more tummy rubs. Of course, who couldn't give into that adorable face? So, its owner goes back to petting his pretty parrot.
The entire playful encounter is just too cute, and you've got to check it out for yourself. These birds are so smart and obviously know how to manipulate their humans into doing what they want — like most pets.
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This parrot is just too cute, right? Don't forget to share this wonderful video with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. It is sure to put a smile on someone's face today!

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