Now what was that word again we sometimes use to describe someone who isn't all there? Your hint comes in this Speed Bump from January 8, 2012:
Technology isn't for the birds, apparently. Cartoonist unknown.
Time to introduce another strip which will make an occasional regular appearance: Rhymes With Orange is by Hilary Price and pretty much all of her bird-related cartoons feature companion birds. Our first entry from her is the oldest one in my archives, from March 31, 2004:
Snoopy has the tables turned on him by a wild bird in this early Peanuts strip from September 1, 1953.
(This strip was originally uploaded in black and white, but a colorized version became available in late 2017 and I replaced it here.)
Mooch learns a truism from Phillipe in Mutts from March 19, 2010.
One of the Six Chix, Isabella Bannerman, turns the old "hunt and peck" typing system into a chicken-related toon, from April 7, 2014:
Another Bizarro twist on the old "Polly wanna cracker" cliché, from December 29, 2010.
A sun conure shows us what laptops are really for, in this Cheezburger recaption from July 1, 2014.
As you might expect, I have several variations on the old "birds always poop on newly washed cars" theme and I can't hold them back any longer. First up, Speed Bump from February 20, 2012.
Strange Brew from November 30, 2010.