On a tiny exotic island, Tuesday, an outgoing parrot lives with his quirky animal friends in paradise. However, Tuesday can’t stop dreaming about discovering the world. After a violent storm, Tuesday and his friends wake up to find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe.
He is an apprentice cartographer from a good family who sets sail on a merchant ship to discover the world. His life changes forever when he is washed up alone on a tiny island. He must overcome his fears in order to survive. His friendliness towards the animals on the island also proves very useful to him.
Unlike the other animals on the island, eating and sleeping aren’t enough to satisfy this curious parrot. He is convinced there is more to the world than a few rocks surrounded by the ocean. Unfortunately, nobody else is interested in the clues he spends his time gathering to support his theory.
Despite her small size, Kiki’s role prior to Robinson’s arrival, was to watch over the group of animals, organising meals and dissuading Tuesday from leaving the island. Once ‘the invader’ arrives, her authority is gradually diminished with her opposing these changes.
Rosie is the biggest one in the gang and all she thinks about is food. She’s always crashing into the others and breaking stuff. She’s quick to worry if she senses danger, and loses all control and all sense when that happens.
This old goat is always complaining. He can’t see very well, and more often than not, his mind is on lunch. He continually requires saving from risky situations or has to be stopped from doing stupid things.
May dreams of freedom, sunlight and food to feed her kittens. But instead of that, Robinson locked her and Mal (the other cat) in. As a result, her sole objective becomes seeking revenge on Robinson.