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Last Post 11-04-2015 5:46 PM by  Parrotluv
Cambridgeshire & Norfolk
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06-11-2012 11:10 AM
    I urgently need safehouses in the above areas....I have birds waiting to come in and if I have to bring them all here I will be divorced!! If you live in either of the abopve counties and would like to act as a safe house PLEASE contact me asap....Thanks....Lesley

     

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    06-11-2012 11:23 AM
    Its a pity that Northumberland is such a long way away!  I dont have a safehouse birdie currently but I also know it isnt as easy as that.
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    07-11-2012 1:41 AM
    Dont speak too soon Sheena !!!!
    I will be contacting you soon.
    Rescue Manager North & Aco for Cumbria.
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    07-11-2012 7:11 AM

    Ooooh. Ann I knew I could rely on you - should have felt the vibes.  That sounds interesting - now I've started wondering what species - havent had a Senegal, budgie, or lovebirds yet and I'm def not mentioning the M word.  Will find out soon.

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    03-05-2014 2:09 AM
    I have just lost my African grey.i am looking to getting another one.i live in sporle just out side swaffham. 
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    06-05-2014 8:46 AM
    Hi Gloria, I have left you a message on your answer phone.
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    11-04-2015 5:46 PM
    Im in Cambridge and wanting to safe house a African grey then hopefully looking into adopting the bird for a perment life with us xxx
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