Hi there! Would you like to play a game? My name is Fred – you have to guess if it is short for Freda or Winifred! I’ll go with whichever you choose, because I’m not really sure of the right answer either. See? Wasn’t that fun? Guess what is also fun? Spending time with me!!!!! Of course that’s fun – I love being around people, even if you’re just nearby and you’re reading the paper or having a meal. I love peanuts, and did I tell you that the pelleted treats are the greatest thing ever? I like spending time in and out of the cage. I don’t know what “step up” means, but I’m learning. I will play with toys, and eat from your hands. These are all fun things, and if you don’t know by now, I’m all about fun stuff!
I’m looking for a new forever home because, due to illness, my previous family can no longer care for me and give me the attention I need and deserve. I’m a young gal with lots of life and love to give – I’m only about 5 years old, they tell me – if you are looking for a best friend, maybe we could be a match!
Est Hatch Date 2012 Located in Atlantic City NJ
If you are interested in adoption pleease fill our adoption application our at http://ftlob.rescuegroups.org
http://www.africangreys.com/articles/nutrition/calcium.htm http://theworldofafricangreys.weebly.com/supplements.html African Greys are prone to hypocalcemia (low blood calcium levels) due to their increased need for the mineral in their system, and the differences in the availability of the mineral from supplements and diet. Regular monitoring of blood calcium levels, in addition to veterinary recommended lab work and dietary discussion, is strongly advised. Prompt veterinary care of unusual symptoms is essential.
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