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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-06-00100Yellow Nape Amazon |
My landlord is selling my home from under me and at the same time my daughter is in the hospital with major complications! Too much at once! So I need to find a new home for my 2 parrots...A YELLOWNAPE AMAZON and A BLUEFRONT AMAZON! Both are in a huge custom made cage that cost almost $1000 by itself! I do not want my birds to become homeless with me so I am doing the best thing for them and rehoming them after all these years! KAWAI came to me as a baby 30 yrs ago after my parents passed away! Blue was rescued 7 yrs ago when her 'parent' passed away and she's 20! Both are beautiful healthy birds and I love them dearly! But they need a home! I have not been able to find a new place I can afford, and pack and be with my daughter! I'm going to lose everything soon. I hope you can help! They need a safe loving home and quite frankly I need the money to be able to drive to the hospital an hour away for the next month or two for my daughter! Please call me at 313-377-2850 (Less)
Livingston County Pinckney, MI MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-07-24-00203Amazons |
PLEASE READ IN FULL! Rescueme will not let me post both of their photos. To see both of them please go to this link: http://www.hurlinsparrotrescue.com/available-for-adoption.html , and scroll to Chico and Chiquita. Chico and Chiquita were brought to our rescue on 10/26/14 after being with their parront since they were babies for a total of 25 years. Their parronts were retiring and decided to travel for the winters. This is a bonded pair that is inseparable. They are best friends that look out for one another and have been together for 25 years. We are not sure if they are male/female for sure. Proper precautions are made to avoid any breeding or reproduction, such as never offering any nest boxes, nesting material, and not feeding them too many nuts or starchy foods. They talk up a storm and seem to greatly enjoy the drama and chaos of the rescue. Both will step up on sticks, and both are typical Amazons that can get excitable very quickly, and when they get too worked up, they will bite. There is a lump on Chico's cheek right below his ear. After a few visits with the vet and having the lump drained, we have found the lump on Chico's cheek is actually caused by a hole in his sinus, probably from a previous untreated infection. There is no longer an infection, but air now leaks into an air sac right below his ear. He will have this for the rest of his life and it will need to continue to be monitored. If it gets bigger or becomes infected, antibiotics or the possibility of surgery will be needed. If you are interested in adopting these two, you need to be aware of that possible veterinary expense IF something does happen. Chiquita has plucked herself, and we are unsure of how long the plucking has occurred. It doesn't look like the feathers will grow back, but we have not seen her plucking at all while here. Chiquita also had vitamin A deficiency, which caused her beak to grow quickly and become brittle. It is progressively getting better and we continue to help her beak along with frequent filings. Chico is also plucked on his back and tail, which is hard to see unless he spreads his wings. We know it will take a very special home to love these two as much as we do and to provide the proper care and attention, but we hope that somewhere out there their person is waiting! Adoption fee: $400 (for both, together) If you may be the perfect home for Chico and Chiquita, please fill out our online adoption application here: http://www.hurlinsparrotrescue.com/adoption-application.html (Less)
Hurlin's Parrot Rescue
Grand Traverse County Traverse City, MI 49685 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-06-23-00312Blue Front Amazon |
Paco came to our rescue on April 18, 2015. His previous owner had him since 1985, and he was a wild caught bird. We are unsure of his actual age, but based on his behavior we think he is a senior. He came to us with some missing tail feathers and a little fluffy grey patch of down feathers on his lower belly. We are unsure of how that happened, but we have not seen any plucking and his health checked out just fine. Paco prefers men and has not liked any women he has met here so far. He is used to a man as an owner, and that is what we want for him in order to be happy. He only steps up on a left hand because his owner was left handed. He enjoys sitting in the main living area where all the action is, and he chatters nonstop, so you MUST love chatter and be able to tolerate the noise! A person that loves to sing is a huge plus. Paco would be a great singer if he had someone sing to him regularly. Adoption fee: $200 If you think Paco may be your feathered soulmate, please apply to adopt here: http://www.hurlinsparrotrescue.com/adoption-application.html (Less)
Hurlin's Parrot Rescue
Grand Traverse County Traverse City, MI 49685 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-06-10-00036Cockatiel |
Our cockatiel went missing ion 5/30 in Milford. Please if you see him, contact us.
Oakland County Milford, MI MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Bird in Michigan|
Birds can make good pets in Michigan if they match your IifestyIe. Exotic tropical birds such as Parrots and Cockatiels, as well as Finches, Doves, Pigeons, and other varieties, are often kept in captivity as beautiful and interesting pets. Unfortunately, many owners may not know how to care for their birds properly, while others experience life changes that may leave their pets without a suitable home. Captive birds can suffer from nutritional deficiencies, psychological stress, and many other problems when they do not receive proper care. Many wild exotic birds are endangered as a result of the international pet trade. Non-profit bird sanctuaries provide homes for some birds for whom their owners can no longer provide care. However, many more of these birds need to be adopted by committed owners who have taken the time to thoroughly understand what it takes to care for the birds. A person who is ready for the responsibility of owning a bird should seriously consider adopting one rather than buying a new one.
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