Now, though, in spite of my injuries, I am still a cuddle bug with the right lady. I will gladly take treats and accept head scritches from anybody but I will only cuddle with a lady. Hey, we are all entitled to our own preferences, right? :)
When I first came into Rescue, I was not on a very healthy diet. Fortunately for me, these good people at FPR know exactly what I'm supposed to be eating! Now I get yummy veggies, fruits and Zupreem pellets.
I love chew toys and I love to give kisses. I will also give you a whistle when I want your attention. Other than my attention whistle, I am very quiet for a cockatoo. Still, like most cockatoos, I am not really suitable for apartment or condo living.
I am looking to find my forever home. Can it be with you? Come meet me and let's find out! Would you like to maybe buy me some of those chew toys I love so much from my Amazon Wish List? Here is the link, just in case!
Hope to meet you soon!
Interested in adoption? Please go to our website to fill out an application and to read our adoption protocols at http://floridaparrotrescue.com/adopt-foster-application/
An avian veterinarian has properly vetted all birds before they are placed up for adoption. Adoption fees include the bird's cage IF the bird has a cage - most do, but please ask!
Quaker Parrots: $50
Parrotlets, Indian Ringnecks: $75
Senegals, Lories, Meyers, Caiques, large Asiatic species: $200
Pionus, Amazons, Miniature Macaws (Hahns, Severe, Illigers, Yellow-Collared), Small Cockatoos (Goffins, Bare-Eyes): $275
Eclectus Parrots: $325
African Greys: $400
Large Cockatoos (Moluccan, Umbrella, Sulfur Crested, etc.): $400
Large Macaws (Blue and Gold, Scarlet, Greenwing, etc.): $500
**Birds that have been in rescue for more than one year, 50% off adoption fees regardless of species**
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