I tipped toed around for the first week. Once lights are out, the spoiled little brat does not take to kitchen roamers and munching. If any lights are put on, CoCo lets us know its not alright, and wants you back in your room.
Apart from that, I have learned to ignore his requests. He seems to revel in sitting on my shoulder, and sharing evening meals with me at the dinner table. The best was when I had a Margarita for dinner, and he got right in my face to let me know HE wanted a sip. I had to explain that was a no-no. So far I have found he loves banana ice-cream and meats, surprising to me, any kind of meat. He is supposed to love veggies but can't get him to eat them. Oh and yes, Chinese food, seems to appeal to his Indonesian palette.
So, for now, I have a new feathered addition to the family, I wanted a Pomeranian pup, but ended up with another species.
I guess I will "fly" with the punches....such is life...