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Last Post 01-01-1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Any mature budgie (cage not aviary) looking for a home?
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06-07-2017 11:47 AM
    10-year-old Ian's brother Marshall managed to escape on Monday night, and as you would imagine he is distraught.







    Not entirely sure what to do now (other than NOT keep him as a single bird: that would not be fair on him). In case I decide to get him what would hopefully become a new partner, I was wondering if anyone knew of a similarly lonely budgie who is looking for company and would like to move to Wiltshire???
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