英语原文： In Kansas, USA, there is an organization called Tallgrass ParrotSanctuary, a shelter not only for parrots, but for other house animals as well, such as chickens, ducks, pigs, cats, and even tortoises▼. _(1)_ They end up suffering a miserable life on the streets or die from hunger and neglect.
The shelter helped save a parrot named Javi, pronounced in Spanish as "Ha-vee," from meeting such a terrible fate. She wasbarely alive when she was brought to the sanctuary. Feathers usually protect birds from the cold, but her body was almost bare with just a few feathers on the neck and wings. _(2)_ She was fed on bananas and other fruit, and her health rapidly improved. _(3)_ Javi can now recognize her name and repeat it happily. The original owners called the bird Hobby, but the staff decided to rename her because they believe that no living creature should be a hobby.
Parrots behave in a very peculiar▼ way when they find themselves in danger or distress. _(4)_ Conversely, these unique birds learn quickly if they're surrounded by caring and loving people. It should be no surprise, hen, that Javi learned to pronounce the magic words, "I love you."
这间庇护所帮忙拯救了一隻名叫哈维的鹦鹉（西班牙文发音为『哈维』，编按：在西班牙文中，字母 j 发 h 的音。），使牠免于遭遇这种可怕的命运。哈维被带到庇护所时已奄奄一息。羽毛通常能让鸟儿御寒，但她的身体几乎光秃秃的，仅有几根羽毛残留在脖子和翅膀上。庇护所的社工製作小件的羊毛衫好为这隻鸟儿保暖，直到她长回新的羽毛。他们给她吃香蕉等其他水果，因而她的健康状况迅速改善。她的进展皆靠一位专业兽医的密切看护。如今哈维能够认得出自己的名字，还会开心地重複念诵。原饲主把这隻鸟儿取名为哈比（编按：哈比为音译，实表业馀爱好之意。），但工作人员决定帮她重新命名，因为他们认为任何一种生物都不该是一种业馀爱好。