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Below you will find details on the birds that we currently have available for foster.  Please be sure to read the important Re-Homing Information page before you submit your application to our re-homing team. Once you have found a bird that you are interested in fostering, please Submit a Rehoming Application to our rehoming team, who will contact you once they have reviewed your application. Please note that we only operate in England, Scotland and Wales. Birds going to be re-homed or safe housed must stay in one of these three countries 

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Max (Maroon Bellied Conure) - 4320812



Name: Max

Species: Maroon Bellied Conure

Reference No: 4320812

Summary: Hi my name is Max and I am a Maroon Bellied Conure of about 8 years.

Description:
My safehouse Mummy says I am a lovely sweet "little" boy. I am comical and make the family laugh lots. I love to be the centre of attention and am always up for showing you some tricks. I love nothing more than to twirl around my perch, and will go a few times, then stop for a ‘well done’, and then go again for another twirl, and I will do this for as long as I have your attention. I may start to ask you for a "tickle/cuddle" which I do love, but you have to be on your toes my Mum says - I will try to nibble your finger whilst you think you are going to get a tickle – hehe! I have beautiful colours in my plumage, which is moulting at the moment but will be fantastic once again soon. I am not bothered by dogs as I have lived with dogs before. I have also seen those other little things they call cats, but to me they look huge and scary so I just shout when I see them, so it’s probably better if my new home doesn’t contain cats. I have lived with little people before and they are ok. I had never lived with another bird until I came to my safehouse and my safe house friend is funny! I have been learning some moves from him and I do some fab dancing you know; I'm telling you I even bob my head up and down. When I am out I tend to just sit on top of my cage or on Mummys’ shoulder and preen her hair, so if you are after some new hairstyles then I’m your bird - haha! You have to trust me that I am not going to nip you, as it appears at times that is what I am going to do, but it isn’t always the case, just when I get over excited. I am an excitable little boy but Mummy thinks that once I am with a forever family and settled and feel as safe as I did with my previous Mummy and Daddy then I will calm down a bit. I do not step up as such, I just sort of climb on whoever I can, whenever I can - if someone is walking past and I am out of my cage then I will nestle up onto a shoulder. But watch out for your ears if I get over excited! Is there a nice family out there who would want to give me a home – perhaps a nice man and lady so I can chose who I sit with? I think I would be a gorgeous addition to most families and would make them laugh, and we could have lots of fun together - so please think of me if you are wanting to choose a lovely affectionate (on my terms) bird.

Comes with cage? Yes

Location: Teeside




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