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Last Post 02-09-2017 9:34 AM by  Doddie Kent
Cockatiel and Budgie Rehoming
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31-08-2017 9:22 PM
    Hi,

    Hoping someone is able to help. Last year, my grandmother passed away and we inherited her beloved birds who have now become part of our family. My dad has been diagnosed with a lung condition where we have been told we have to get the birds rehomed ASAP in order for him to make a full recovery - which we are absolutely heartbroken about. We have tried everyone we know and the SSPCA.

    I understand that there is a message that bird line is completely full, but can anyone offer any help/advice to us?

    We are in aberdeenshire, Scotland
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    02-09-2017 9:34 AM
    Might be worth getting an air purifier which removes an awful lot of feather dust etc. Also, a daily spray with water will keep the dust down. Otherwise, contact Problem Parrots, they may be able to help.
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