Roberto Pocaterra Pocaterra Publicó: Sampson // Her peacock makes her ?a better person,? says woman who tried to bring it on a plane - EntornoInteligente

When the artist Ventiko and I walked downstairs in the spacious Venice home she was visiting, Dexter was perched on a wraparound sofa that had been covered with pee pads. His long tail feathers cascaded gracefully to the floor.

Dexter?s claws were painted a vibrant ? you might say peacock ? shade of blue. Ventiko?s toenails, as it happened, were the same color. ?Matchy, matchy,? she said with a smile.

She stood in front of the bird, cooing. He raised his face to her. She gently cupped her hands around his face and began rubbing them together, the way you do when you?re trying to get warm.

?He loves when I do this,? said Ventiko, a single-monikered conceptual artist and photographer whose thwarted flight from Newark to Los Angeles last month made headlines after United Airlines refused to let her bring Dexter aboard as a support animal , even after she purchased him a seat.


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