My name is Priscilla!

Pigeon for adoption in San Francisco, California - Priscilla
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Palomacy Pigeon & Dove Adoptions

Facts about Priscilla

  • Breed: Pigeon
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 7705652-A2010041
6/4/17 UPDATE: Loving & loyal Priscilla's mate Elvis passed away after a recurring battle with a persistent respiratory infection. She's being very brave. I'm sure she misses him terribly.

UPDATE: I have a new name and a new mate and a new life and I feel much happier. We are a closely bonded couple and we prefer a simple, uncomplicated life. We'd do great as members of a small, peaceful flock and, like our famous namesakes, we'd bring some star power to the setting.

UPDATE: I am all grown up and, unfortunately, a widow pigeon. I miss my mate and have been recovering slowly from his tragic death. I am being courted by a new bachelor and will perhaps remarry one of these days.

Hello! My name is Rex and I'm an adolescent king pigeon. First I was at the SFACC shelter but, on 2/8, when I was only 6 weeks old, I ran out of time and MickaCoo was too full to take me in. Lucky for me the Marin Humane Society took me and I did pretty well there with all the grown up king pigeons but eventually I ended up with a cold and then MickaCoo brought me into foster care on 4/11. (They're still full. Yikes!) Anyways, now I'm doing fine. They don't know if I'm male or female and I'm not telling for the moment. I'm a beautiful, all white, flighted king. I'm looking for a great forever home. You can see more pictures of me (including my baby pictures) and read all about king pigeons at Thank you! JULY 2010 UPDATE: I'm a married lady pij now, mated to an unreleasable feral pij named Sam. We're a very handsome couple, don't you think?Please apply to adopt

About Palomacy Pigeon & Dove Adoptions

About Our Rescue Group...

Palomacy Pigeon & Dove Adoption saves homeless domestic (unreleasable) pigeons and doves in the SF/Bay Area from euthanasia by providing veterinary care, foster and forever homes.

Palomacy fills a deadly gap in the animal welfare community by saving the lives of domestic/unreleasable doves and pigeons that would otherwise be killed. We're volunteer-powered, donation supported and culture changing! By providing avian vet care, foster and forever homes, we've saved more than 700 birds' lives since 2007. Join us!

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a volunteer-powered rescue and our birds are lovingly cared for in the private homes and backyard aviaries of our foster volunteers. Potential adopters can make appointments to meet our birds and we are at adoption & outreach events almost every weekend. See our Events page at and visit our Facebook page at for details.

Our Adoption Process...

We require an online adoption application, phone screen & home visit and offer lots of support and coaching all along the way. Our adoption fee is $10/bird and our expectations for adopters are:
-Appropriately sized, safe and uncrowded cage or aviary approved by Palomacy
-Supervised, safe out-of-cage time (if not living in an aviary) daily
-No free flight/uncaged outside time
-Protection from hazards including but not limited to escape, pets, predators, fumes and toxins
-Companionship- lots of your time or another bird's (not home alone)
-Avian vet care if sick or injured
-Compassionate, healthy care that provides for the bird's nutritional (including lighting), physical and emotional well-being
-No breeding, birth control if bird has a mate (real eggs replaced with fakes which we provide)
-A forever home (through sickness and health, for better or worse) with a pet-care plan in place should something happen to you
-No selling, sporting or business use of birds
-Return to Palomacy if unable to keep the bird (This is not desired- we expect that you are providing a forever home!)