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Last Post 25-10-2017 7:52 PM by  Deb Tux
Hello from South Wales
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24-10-2017 3:37 PM
    Hi, I’m Claire I’m from Caerphilly I have no birds and am looking to adopt. I have been brought up with an Eclectus and look after him when my parents are away
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    25-10-2017 4:16 PM
    Hi Claire (i'm also Claire)
    Well you've come to the right place ! Do you know what sort of parrot you'd like ?
    Have a look through the list of birds up for adoption and see if there is some birdy that might suit
    All best,
    Claire
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    25-10-2017 7:52 PM
    If you ask any questions please don't name the particular bird you are interested in. Just incase you missed it reading through the topics it is stated somewhere!
    Welcome from me too 😆
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