I have a brand new, beautiful cage and it makes me feel very safe and secure which makes me more confident and happy. I do have to admit that I am NOT a morning bird, and since I'm not allowed to have coffee like you humans, you will have to learn when I want to be left alone or I would like some attention. I like head scritches and I like to handled and touched after I get to know you.
I seem to like men and women about the same and I even get along with my foster family's small, 4 legged barking buddy. Please though, you should never leave me out of my cage and unsupervised with another 4 legged buddy, I am depending on you to keep me safe!
I used to have a small plucking problem but now my new feathers are growing in and I look quite handsome, if I do say so myself. I like you to tell me that too, as often as you can :)
My favorite foods are nutri-berries, watermelon, grapes, and almonds. My foster mom is trying to get me to eat these things called vegetables but so far I can't really say I like them. Oh well, we will keep trying.
Wouldn't you like to come meet me and see for yourself how handsome I am? I would love to see if I could go home with you! In the meantime, would you like to send me a "welcome to Rescue" gift from my wishlist? Here is the link:
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