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Welcome to our rehoming pages.

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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Andy (Red Lored Amazon) - 230216

Name: Andy

Species: Red Lored Amazon

Reference No: 230216

Summary: Hello! My name is Andy and I'm a lovely, somewhat shy, 14 year-old Red-Lored Amazon.

I'm mostly a quiet guy. I only really show you my full beautiful Amazon voice when I'm really excited. I can do a tiny bit of talking, mainly just "hello" so far, but I hope I can learn some new words from you. I can also give you a sneaky wolf whistle when I'm in the mood! I've been used to living around an African Grey at my safehouse but she's left for her forever home now. I got on fine with her, but I have to say, she did steal my mum and dad a bit too much. I tend to favour men and have become good friends with my safehouse dad. I'm also fine around women, just a bit more cautious. I let my safehouse mum stroke me on the head, but so far that's as far as she can get with me. Now I have her all to myself she seems to think I might start to get closer to her. When I first came to my safehouse, I was a little bit (ok… a lot!) podgy. I have since been persuaded to eat pellets and more fruit and veg. Currently 50% of my diet is pellets. I have lost loads of weight, and I have let my feathers on my chest grow. This means that I now look even more beautiful than I did before. If I come to live with you I'll have to stay on the pellets now for my own health. I can fly, but at the moment I only make it a few yards. I think it's just lack of practice. Now that I'm in better shape I hope you'll work with me so I can become a great flyer. My cage door is open a lot of the time, but at the moment I only come out for an hour, or so, each day. I'm looking for a family with time and patience to help me gain in confidence so I can start exploring the world. I'm not destructive around the house and will happily amuse myself if you work. That's on the condition that you give me lots of attention when you get back home, of course! If you find me so irresistible that you can only work part time that would be even better! I have my own cage, so you won't have to worry about that. If you're looking for a charming, laid back, guy who's looking for a second chance at life then please apply for me! I would love to meet you!

Comes with cage? Yes

Location: Oxfordshire

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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