Cleo loves to dance and play with her chosen person. She does prefer men but seems to be good around women as well with given ample time to warm up to her. When she is extremely happy she will coo and cluck with her favorite person.
Cleo likes to be in or out of her cage on her terms and will put herself to bed at night. She is great to work with and loves apples and mango but will also eat just about anything she can.
She does enjoy being in sight of her brother Cesar but also does extremely well on her own so she can re-homed separately. Don't let her quiet personality fool you though because she has the biggest heart and most cherishing personality any loving cockatoo can possess.
We recommend that his new home be a low traffic home with little or no competition for attention from other pets or children. We prefer to have her placed with someone over 27 years of age, she will offer someone allot of good companionship.
If you’re ready to adopt Cleo, please make sure you qualify by reading our adoption requirements, listed at the top of our adoption application before you submit your application. Copy and paste the link below to submit your application.
Deliver is available in most areas. We will not ship any bird, home visits are mandatory. We will not place a parrot in any home that houses any Terrier mix of dog or dachshund dog. We reserve the right to place or available birds to heads of the household that are a minimum of 27 years of age. We will not place any bird with a breeder.
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