Hello! My name is Baby
|Breed:||Parakeet - Quaker||Color:||Green||Age:||Adult|
Hi, my name is Baby. I'm an 8yr old female Quaker - I know I'm a girl 'cause I laid an egg one time about 4 or 5 years ago. I once had a home where I was very much loved, but sadly my owner passed away earlier this year and I lost my home. Some very nice people took me in for a little while, but they had dogs that scared me and thought I'd be happier with a family who were more into birds like me. So here I am, looking for a new home where I can be loved and love someone in return.
I've never lived with other birds before, but my foster mom has some and I'm looking forward to meeting them. I don't mind them being around, but I think I prefer the company of my foster mom and dad more, and I get along with both my foster parents really well - I really like to just sit with them or hang out on their shoulder whenever I can. I really like it when they talk to me and make little kissy sounds - I'll make 'em right back and put my head down just so they can both pet me. They think that's real cute so I ham it up big for them! I can be kind of shy when you first meet me, but be gentle and talk softly to me and I'll warm up to you real quick, and I absolutely LOVE to be snuggled up in a towel while you hold me and preen the feathers on my head that I can’t get to.
Oh, and about my feathers, you may have noticed that I'm missing a few... Ok, a lot actually... but only on my torso and legs - I've left my wings and tail alone... It’s a habit I've had all my life. My foster mom said the vet told her that I may never be able to grow them back at this point, but if you can get by my looks, you'll see that I can be a sweet, loveable little girl who just wants your attention, love, and to be out with you whenever I can be. I have a nice big cage, and my foster mom just gave me lots of new toys and perches. So will you come see me and maybe give me another chance at a forever home?
Interested in adopting? The first step is to go to our website at www.floridaparrotrescue.com to fill out the adoption application. Once completed, e-mail it to us at email@example.com and our adoption coordinator will contact you. Adoption requirements and adoption fees can be found on the website as well as a listing of all of the Florida Parrot Rescue birds available for adoption. Please e-mail us for any questions.
Rescue Group Info...
Florida Parrot Rescue is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of companion parrots. We strive to educate parrot owners on proper handling and care of parrots. Should someone be unable to keep their bird(s) for ANY reason, we want them to know there is a place to turn, and that they are not alone. It is our goal to provide a safe haven for birds that cannot stay with their owners or birds in need, and then to find those birds permanent forever homes with loving and responsible families.
Our rescues are located in homes through out the state. We will work with the fosters and potential adopters to set up dates and times.
We require an application which is free of charge, an adoption fee which varies on the bird you wish to adopt. We do NOT adopt our for breeding purposes.
Rescue and rehabilitate abused and neglected birds
Veterinary care and treatment for birds in need
Provide parrot owners with a place to bring their birds in the event that they can no longer keep them.
Educate new & current parrot owners on proper care & handling of their companion parrots.
Adoptions & Adoption Counseling
If you are interested in adopting, please go to our website at www.floridaparrotrescue.com to read the biographies and see the pictures of all of the available birds. On the website you can also read our adoption requirements and get the application for adoption. Once you complete the application, you can e-mail it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our adoption coordinator will then contact you. Please e-mail us if you have any questions and please share this post for us to anyone you think may be interested. Thank you all!