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This little guy is so funny. He puts his crest up to warn you that he’s going to attack along with the scary hissing.…when he finally warms up it’s a playful game of pretend attacking. We love playing this with him. When he wants your attention he barks like a little dog. He does this first thing in the morning to get your attention to get him breakfast. He is a very good eater. He seems like he will try just about anything. I think he got fed a bunch of table food before but is on a special pelleted diet now. He also has the cutest little munchkin voice; he doesn’t say very much but when he does it’s a little tiny voice. It’s quite comical. He likes to snuggle under your chin and hide his head in your hand or in your shirt. He especially likes chest hair to make a nest in when he’s hiding in a man’s shirt.
He would probably do best in an older home without children as his owner was a single older woman with no children. He doesn’t really have any special needs he just would do best with someone with large bird experience and patience. He doesn’t like to be covered at night but does like about 12 hrs. of sleep. He likes a constant temp of 75-80 with no drafts. He has been well loved and has never even attempted to bite anyone here. He will make someone a wonderful life companion. He will live probably another 40+ years so please keep this in mind when considering adoption.
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