Address: 1205 Elizabeth St., Unit I Punta Gorda, FL 33950
About Our Rescue Group...
We take in parrots who can no longer stay with their owners for whatever reason. If these companion pets have behavioral, physical or psycholocial issues, we work with them or seek treatment to correct the problems. These companions are then placed for adoption. We do have minimal adoption fees, an application must be completed and a home visit done before ever meeting the birds. We are 100% volunteer and non-profit. We participate as PETCO partners providing public education regarding parrot care and behavior. We also attend other pet oriented events to offer education. There are so many cat and dog rescues working hard to help with these animals. Parrot rescues are few and far between. We serve a 5 county area for adoption but actually have birds driven to us from all over the state of FL to be relinquished. We are always looking for volunteers. If you have a special talent let us know or if you just want to help socialize the birds we have many opportunities to offer. We also have a fostering program that's always in need of volunteers. We take donations of any type of parrot related items and certainly appreciate any monetary donations provided.
Come Meet Our Pets...
1205 Elizabeth St, Unit I Punta Gorda, FL33950 Tues. - Fri. 10-5 Sat. 10-4 Sun. & Mon. CLOSED
Our Adoption Process...
We require an adoption application, home visit and 3 separate 1 hour visits with the bird you would like to adopt prior to the bird going home. You can find the adoption application on our website at www.parrotoutreachsociety.org on the page labeled forms.
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