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Last Post 27-01-2013 4:43 PM by  Helen W
how do i contact the re homing team direct
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02-12-2010 10:56 AM

    hi all need to pm tracey elphick direct , but cant find out how to do it

    any help would be fab

    many thanks nickyxxx

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    02-12-2010 11:00 AM

    I just answered this and it didn't appear. Try the member contacts list Nicky, I am sure Tracy's details will be there. That is the first place to look for ACO details etc.

     

    Ok I spotted it. You put it in two different places.

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    02-12-2010 11:01 AM
    have tried hun and it doesnt give you the option to send a pm , unless im being blonde and cant see it lol xxxxxxx
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    02-12-2010 11:16 AM
    traceyelphick@hotmail.com
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    02-12-2010 11:21 AM
    have tried to send her a pm to email address and i need her username any ideas ??
    thanks alot nicky xxx
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    02-12-2010 11:28 AM
    Yes, I have had that problem. You have to find an old post by someone to be able to find their username. I have used the search function to find what someone has posted and get it from there. It is up on the top right hand part of the page, in a blue stripe.
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    02-12-2010 11:29 AM
    bumped post "well done again"....tracy has replied to that one
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    02-12-2010 12:32 PM
    must be having a severe blonde day still cant find here username
    nicky xxx
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    02-12-2010 1:04 PM

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    Send Private Message try that Nicky

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    02-12-2010 1:10 PM
    have sorted it thanks hun xxxx
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    27-01-2013 3:03 PM
    hi
    i would like to re-home a parrot , i live alone with my very carm and loving dog who is now 12 years old , i use to have a timney grey , but when my marriage broke up i had to leave him with my ex-husband who didn't treat him right and sadly got very depressed and passed away , i hate myself for leaving him behind but had no choice , i am at home all day every day , can you please let me know how i go about this please thanks julie
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    27-01-2013 4:43 PM
    Hi Julie and welcome to the forum.

    You'll find everyone here friendly and helpful and completely nuts about parrots.

    If you wanted to become a foster home (equivalent to adopting in human terms) or a safehouse (the equivalent of human fostering) then you'll first need to become a member of BL (costs £25 a year.) Then you are eligible to apply to foster a bird off the rehoming list. You have to remain a member for the life of the bird (who remains the property of BL.) You would have a home visit before fostering or safehousing to ensure that your home is safe and you are aware of teh dangers there may be.

    Whereabouts in the country are you (City/County will do)? We have members acrossmost of the country and a network of local Area Co-ordinators who are our hard-working volunteers responsible for home checks, collections, etc.

    There are further details here on the site about how to foster but any further qusetions, please feel free to ask.
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