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My name is Parakeets!

Parakeet - Other for adoption in Greensburg, Pennsylvania - Parakeets
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Mutts & More Matchmakers

Facts about Parakeets

  • Breed: Parakeet - Other
  • Color: Blue
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
These 15 little ones were taken from a hoarding situation, but they are in good health and at least half are babies! We have a mixture of parakeet colors from bright solids to pretty pastels. They have been used to being handled by people. We would prefer adopter take at least two since they have been in a colony situation their whole life, so may not adjust as well if alone. We also have new cages available for an additional donation if you wish to create a "bird starter kit". All birds have been vet checked and cleared for adoption for $10 each, or two plus a cage for $50.
Please email us at: muttsandmore@comcast.net for an application for the parakeets.
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About Mutts & More Matchmakers

About Our Rescue Group...

We pride ourselves on taking in only 2-3 dogs total into foster care at a time so we can best monitor and place them into the best matching homes for that particular dogs personality and needs.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our pets are in private foster care, so we must pre-screen potential adopters with an application first prior to having them come to their homes.

Our Adoption Process...

When you inquire on an animal, we will send you an application to complete and return to us. Once it is reviewed by our adoption team, we will then contact you. Once the application is cleared we will make arrangements for you to come and meet the dog since they are in private foster homes. Adoption fees will vary depending on the vet care involved for that particular animal. A contact will be signed at the time of adoption and copies of all vet records will go to the new adopter.