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My name is Madison!

Cockatoo for adoption in Stratford, Connecticut - Madison
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I'm being cared for by:
Connecticut Parrot Rescue

Facts about Madison

  • Breed: Cockatoo
  • Color: Tan
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
Madison is a 15 year old female cockatoo. She is very nervous and will need an experienced cockatoo (or similar) adopter. But with time and trust, her personality blossoms through! She is very sweet and wants attention. She loves to swing upside down in her cage and engages with us more and more every day. She so desperately wants to be 'a big girl'. She has barbered, plucked and mutilated in the past so she will need a lot of consistency in her schedule, diet and in particular with as much attention as possible. Her adoption fee is $350 and she will be adopted with her cage, supplies and food. Umbrella Cockatoos have a life span of 60+ years and are native to Indonesia. If you would like to meet Madison, please follow the instructions online: http://www.ctparrotrescue.org/adopt
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About Connecticut Parrot Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

A Resource For Companion Parrots In Need, And Those Who Love Them. Connecticut Parrot Rescue is a newly founded non-profit in progress organization. We are completely run by Connecticut-based foster homes and volunteers. Please browse around our website to learn more about our organization, our exciting partnerships, how you can get involved and of course... our amazing adoptable parrots! We strive to give the parrots in our care the best possible care, and then integrate them into suitable and loving homes.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Please check our events page: http://www.ctparrotrescue.org/#!events/chub

Our Adoption Process...

Please complete the adoption application on our website: http://www.ctparrotrescue.org/#!adopt/cjg9