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***IMPORTANT NOTICE 6/4/2018*** - Unfortunately Birdline are now full with regard to rescue birds, and are currently UNABLE take additional birds into the charity. We will provide an update as soon as the position changes

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If you are looking to re-home your parrot, please always use a reputable Parrot Rescue Organisation.

Always check to ensure the organisation you wish to use is registered with an approved organisation such as ‘The Charities Commission’ 

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5 Replies and 1694 Views How do you train a puppy that does not respond to treats?!  1694  5 Started by  Vicky Ford Some of you might remember we lost our beautiful Cocker Spaniel Lucy last September after a very sort illness leaving me absolutely devastated. For Christmas I had a new puppy called Lego&160;who is a Chow. He is a joy and is now a six month old huge&160;bundle of black fur who&160;has the face of a teddy bear. When we researched the breed before&160;we got him we found out that they are a breed with a mind of their own, stubbon and do their own thing.&160; We were not detered&160;as we ha...
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by  SharonLJump to last post
30-05-2011 1:01 AM
17 Replies and 2905 Views Car sickness  2905  17 Started by  Deleted User Has anyone got any hints / tips / ideas or advice on how to cure a puppy of car sickness&160; Please some one wave a magic wand.&160; I have been taking them out on little regular trips but if we are out more than about 4 mins in the car, they are either sick or 'the other end'.&160; Walks are lovely, but cleaning up them / the car on the way there and the way back is really getting me down has got to end soon &160; HELP......... &160; Vicki x
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by  nickybriggsJump to last post
28-03-2011 9:14 PM
3 Replies and 1337 Views STOLEN PUPPIES (reunited)  1337  3 Started by  Michelle this just to let people know that my friend has been reunited with the two puppies that were stolen they were sold to an innocent party who saw the postings and adverts to the well being of these pups and they are now back home safe and sound but they have been put through a very traumatic experience as the have rings embedded in there tails to try to dock them i must say a big thankyou to all the people and media that has been posted THEY ARE TUCKED UP IN BED NOW BACK WHERE THEY BELONG THANKYOU...
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by  kerryh33Jump to last post
17-03-2011 3:15 AM
6 Replies and 1543 Views Pics of my two danes  1543  6 Started by  Lynne Still struggling to post pics on here.&160; If this doesn't work can someone point me in the right direction &160; &160; &160;
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by  Victoria WhitfieldJump to last post
10-03-2011 2:44 AM
0 Replies and 1020 Views STOLEN IN SITTINGBOURNE  1020  0 Started by  Michelle HI i am posting this to ask for any information or if anyone on here is offered two black and white springer spaniel s which are male and female in the sittingbourne area possibly or maybe further afield the male the larger of the two has a heart condition which needs medication and the other one isnt has dental&160; problems which were be adressed both of them are not imunised fully as the owners house has been robbed dogs and ds were stolen the owner is very distraught to think they are suffe...
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09-03-2011 1:18 PM
3 Replies and 1830 Views leo sox simba missy maisey  1830  3 Started by  zorco sox and leo as babbies sox and leo now simba came to me about 8 months again from my sister lol missy came to me as a very tiny little girl who was found by a friend in her back yard after the cpl had already been in and removed mum and kittens this one was left behind and i'm such a softy i said yeah bring her here we will sort her she still here 6 mths later still a litttle cat but a lot bigger now maisey this is a girl that again my sister had she took her on out of pitty she is a...
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by  kerryh33Jump to last post
19-11-2010 2:32 PM
7 Replies and 1351 Views New addition  1351  7 Started by  paula34 &160; This is my new kitten her name is Tallulah and she is due to come home from the breeder in 3 weeks today.
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by  paula34Jump to last post
23-10-2010 1:34 PM
3 Replies and 1475 Views Toys  1475  3 Started by  paula34 I know catnip is toxic to the birds but can the cat still have a toy with it in in the house obviously it wouldnt be left lying around for birds to get
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by  paula34Jump to last post
20-10-2010 8:03 AM
5 Replies and 1721 Views New kitty  1721  5 Started by  margaret brown This is Alfie new addition to the family.
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by  margaret brownJump to last post
23-09-2010 5:02 AM
7 Replies and 2494 Views sad story  2494  7 Started by  Alucard10 I have two cats Pebbles and Jack (brother and sister) We also fostered cats and kittens from a rehoming centre. May last year we forstered a cat that&160;was a little approx. 2 year old female silver tabby which we named Whisper. She arrived at the shelter as a ferrel and no one could get near her. We took her on foster and for the first week she stayed in a very large dog cage as she was so stressed and agressive, after months of hard work she learned to trust me with a lot of help from my cat...
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by  kerryh33Jump to last post
15-02-2010 3:55 AM
3 Replies and 1772 Views its a tough life lol  1772  3 Started by  Crystal West move over make room for me thats better &160; oh ok giz a cuddle then &160; Biri and Arnie our two 10 yr old cats and their cats cradle bed on the radiator
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by  miss parrot hindsJump to last post
31-01-2010 2:48 AM
5 Replies and 2964 Views Cats and water  2964  5 Started by  Deleted User Cats are NOT supposed to like water are they Well my two (yes the ones from SHEILA)....have taken up residance in my kitchen sink!&160; They are both obssesed with the tap!&160; The have their own perfectly nice bowl of water which is changed 2 or 3 times a day (along with the birds and dogs water)....but NO, the sink tap is SOOO much better.&160; Marc left it running (a trickle) for about an hour and a half, and there they both were, in my sink, their legs were wet their HEADS were wet.......
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by  willsomersetJump to last post
03-01-2010 2:35 PM
9 Replies and 1854 Views how bad is this  1854  9 Started by  belle my eldest daughter just called....she lives in a 3 storey block of flats. the lady who lives on the top floor...has gone to her mothers for a week....leaving a small kitten to fend for it self... she also left 3 bowls of food and water out...oh and the window open.... (only contact was through face book...and she just doesn't care ) the kitten is now on window ledge meowing his little head off.... (3rd day on his own) we have called the rspca 2hrs ago and were still waiting..... any one got...
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by  kerryh33Jump to last post
25-08-2009 11:25 PM
7 Replies and 1926 Views Ahhhhh nightmare morning  1926  7 Started by  Deleted User As some of you may we aquired to lovely cats (were kittens) in the middle of the night at a show last year.&160; Well Pouch and Loud (as named by Jake......what can you do LOL) have been lovely cats all time we have had them, they never scratch, hiss or any other naughty cat type things and have been soppy, soppy soppy all the time even putting up with Jake carrying them around as only a 4 / 5 year old will do This morning I was woken to 'meiow, meiow, MEIOW', what is going on So off I go ...
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by  StuartJump to last post
29-07-2009 8:39 PM
15 Replies and 1878 Views IDEAS IDEAS IDEAS  1878  15 Started by  kerryh33 i have a 4yr old cat called daisy gets on with anybody or anything a tom cat has recentley moved in next door and has started really attacking her. Yesterday i had to run into the garden and shoo it off her, there was large chunks of her fur all over the garden and she was shaking like a leaf, the cat keeps coming back and daisy is scared to go outside and jumps at any noise. She was done a couple of years ago so its not like the tom cat thinks his lucks in but i dont know what to do about it. A...
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by  LIZJump to last post
10-07-2009 7:22 PM
15 Replies and 2129 Views Sheena's cats  2129  15 Started by  Sheena This is 'chicken' she is a siamese cross and has one blue eye and one yellow eye. She is now 14years old and is always in the middle of things.&160; She is very vocal and more dog like than cat like in her manner.&160; She often walks around the block with us when I take the dogs out.&160; Must look very strange 2 lurchers, 1 greyhound and this white cat at the back. I will bore you with the other 2 cats when I can find photos of them. &160;
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by  StuartJump to last post
17-05-2009 10:35 PM
13 Replies and 1871 Views My new cat  1871  13 Started by  LesleyG decided not to get kitten so got this chocolate point siamese 2 yr old boy from siamese rescue. Thinks he is a great dane and drinks from their water bowl!! &160; &160;
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by  SheenaJump to last post
28-04-2009 8:58 PM
11 Replies and 1344 Views Moonstone aka stone  1344  11 Started by  Stuart Hi guys thought it was time to show the rest of the furry family at our home (besides cyd!!) This is our little old man called stone who is&160;a rescued RSPCA puddy cat and is 14 years old this year. Bless. And this is mayo our tabby who is 6 this year. She is a big whimp and scared of her own shadow!!! &160; &160;
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by  StuartJump to last post
25-04-2009 10:32 PM
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