My name is Koko!

Cockatoo for adoption in Hightstown, New Jersey - Koko
Photo 1 - Cockatoo for adoption in Hightstown, New Jersey - Koko
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For The Love Of Birds

Facts about Koko

  • Breed: Cockatoo
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
Koko is a 13 year old Male Umbrella Cockatoo. He is friendly and affectionate and has lived in his current home since he was a baby. We are seeking someone who can offer him more time and attention. Koko would probably do best in a single-woman home with an owner who works from home or part-time. He enjoys coming out of his cage, eating with the family, talking, and playing. Koko's mom thought her time and availability would improve for him, but this has not been the case, and although she loves him dearly and it will be painful for her to let him go, he is a very loving bird and deserves more companionship. Koko is very bonded to his mom, so he does get territorial around her husband. He was raised around a dog, cats, and seems to enjoy the company and high-pitched voice of children (although he does not live with children). He likes to play, but one must take caution not to grab the toy at the same time he does! Koko is on Harrison's diet, likes showers, getting outside in his outside-cage, he has a separate small sleep cage, an air filter, and a UV light, and enjoys hand-made white pine wood strung toys to destroy. Obviously a pampered and much love bird. If you are interested in learning more about Koko, and believe you can provide him a loving home with more time and dedication, please contact us. Koko is living near Princeton, NJ. Koko is being posted under our Help With Rehoming program.

About For The Love Of Birds

About Our Rescue Group...

For the Love of Birds is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of companion birds. We are a network of volunteers throughout New Jersey, and surrounding areas. We take in birds in need of new homes, and place them in nurturing and educational foster homes until a loving new family is found.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption procedure begins with completing an adoption application and returning it to us. We will check your references and then call you for a telephone interview. While we check your references, we will ask that you review an educational power point presentation. After your application is approved, it is our policy that you visit with the bird(s) three times to have multiple interactions with them and give you time to consider the adoption and get ready for your new family member. There is an adoption fee for each bird.