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Last Post 07-03-2017 9:43 PM by  Sandra
Advice on rehoming a budgie please
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06-03-2017 5:49 PM
    Hi there, tomorrow I am going to rescue a single budgie from a very poorly elderly lady, she did have two budgies, but one passed away this morning, and she now feels really guilty that there is only one on its own but she can no longer manage the care due too being poorly hence the reason she doesn't want to get another. If I hadn't have offered to take it, she would have let it go outside. I cannot keep the budgie due to have four dogs 🐶 my question is, where can I contact for help in rehoming this budgie. I'm in north London Islington. Kind regards
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    07-03-2017 9:35 AM
    Sandra, I've emailed you.
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    07-03-2017 1:30 PM
    Thank you Doddie, I believe that this person is in Hounslow which is the other side of London and would take us over an hour by car to get there, was looking for something a bit nearer,. Kind regards
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    07-03-2017 7:47 PM
    Sandra, Jackie lives in Hayes, not Hounslow... whereabouts are you?
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    07-03-2017 9:34 PM
    Islington, north London
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    07-03-2017 9:43 PM
    Hayes is even further out for me. I can manage some of Essex, Romford, etc or near chehsunt in Hertfordshire as these are places I go in the week, I'm in Finsbury Park. Near Arsenal stadium.
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