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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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Cuddles & Charlie (Senegals) - 1310313 & 1350313

Name: Cuddles & Charlie

Species: Senegals

Reference No: 1310313 & 1350313

Summary: Hi there, we are Cuddles and Charlie a lovely pair of Senegals looking for a new home.

We come us a pair but because we bicker when in the same cage you will need room for a cage for each of us. We are great birds for a couple as one of us adores the ladies whilst the other seems to have a preference for men. I (Charlie) am about 6 years old and like to think of myself as the boss. I would like a home where I can be the centre of attention as I can be quite high maintenance. I like to dance when music is played and I prefer to spend time with the male of the family. I will eat anything, including ladders, bags and toilet rolls so need to be constantly supervised when I am out of my cage. I can mimic the smoke alarm and telephone and will laugh at you or blow raspberries! I am very wilful and you will know if I don't want to do something! I will use my beak to make sure that your hand is sturdy enough for me. Please don't worry or flinch as I am just testing and if I feel insecure I will hold on tighter and harder. I would benefit from a family that has had birds before although I will be able to teach you my ways. I don't like to be sprayed with water. Cuddles sorts out her own beauty routine by taking baths as and when she feels like it in her water bowl! She loves to be around people and is looking for a home where there is female she can bond with. She makes noises to get your attention - such as mobile phones and laughing and will whistle and wait for you to whistle back. She can say 'hello', 'cuddles' and 'alright' and will also blow you kisses. She will quite happily sit on your shoulder and be stroked and is quite inquisitive. She can fly but will only do so until she finds the right person to sit on. We don’t mind if you have to work and are happy to listen to the radio during the day and we are both tolerant of dogs.

Comes with cage? Yes

Location: Hampshire

Note: This bird is in the latter stages of the rehoming process and a potential forever home may have been found. Please do not apply for this bird unless the red writing is removed. Thank you.

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