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Last Post 28-05-2016 10:11 PM by  PhillyT
Holiday Home in Newcastle offered!
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03-03-2013 5:22 AM


    I live in Newcastle upon tyne and I am able to offer a holiday home for your Bird while you are away, Happy to handle or leave them to it, whatever is best for your bird. I would of course make a few visits to get to know the bird first to make sure they are happy too! I have a Safehouse CAG myself.

    There is someone home all day so they will have all the company they could want!

    I am happy to babysit for anyone in the Tyne & Wear, Northumberland and Durham areas at any time.


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    28-05-2016 10:11 PM
    Hi john,

    Need a holiday home for my CAG for a couple of weeks from end of June... is your offer still open?

    She's two years old, hand tame with a sweet nature

    Please get in touch if so. The forum wouldn't allow me to PM you.

    My email, is:

    Thank you

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