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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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Louis & Simba (Alexandrine Parakeets ) - 5200812

Name: Louis & Simba

Species: Alexandrine Parakeets

Reference No: 5200812

Summary: Hello, my name is Louis and my other half is Simba. We are a bonded pair of Alexandrine parrots.

We don't know our age but we have been told that we are approximately 7 years old. We are a very close couple who are very much in love! We make sweet soppy sounds to each other and Simba even wolf whistles and makes kissing sounds. We are ok being left on our own for short periods of time, as we have each other's company to keep us occupied. We are settled and happy in our safe home, but still not quite sure of our safe house humans. We do like their company as we sit on our perch together watching them and listening to them chatting, and we don’t have any problem with males or females! We are not too keen on coming out of our cage just yet, but we have the cage door open and will sometimes come out and sit on top of our cage. If our humans try and take us out we run! But sometimes we will come out of our own accord and fly around the the room - we are really good flyers! Depending on where we land, we will step up on our humans hands and let them take us back to our cage although we don't always stay with them and will fly off around the room again or make our own way back. We are friendly and love our humans hand feeding us our favourite treats such as hazlenuts and almonds and sometimes crackers - we love to crunch! We also really love fruit and veg and our favourite is beetroot, red peppers, carrots, grapes, celery and crunchy lettuce. We are fine with our humans hand feeding us food but we are hand shy and don’t like to be touched. If you put your fingers too near we may bite, but we don't do it hard and it doesn’t hurt. We also live with a ginger tom called Mr Bigglesworth and we don't mind him so we are ok with other pets. Mr Bigglesworth doesn't bother us at all and we don't really take much notice of him! We do like a peaceful home with not too much noise. if our humans play music or watch TV we soon let them know if it starts to get on our nerves! We do like listening to music, but not too loud. We won't come out of the cage and sit with our humans yet, but I am sure with time and patience, this will become a thing of the past. If you are looking for a happy, funny pair of companions, please apply for us! We can’t wait to meet you and to get settled in to a new and loving forever home

Comes with cage? No

Location: Devon

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