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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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Dusty (Cinnamon Conure) - 810517



Name: Dusty

Species: Cinnamon Conure

Reference No: 810517

Summary: Hello, my name is Dusty and I'm a small but mighty cinnamon conure.

Description:
I may be small but I believe myself to be mistress of all I survey! I know my own mind and like to think I'm in charge. My safehouse Mum refers to me as 'she' but we don't honestly know my sex. Mum feels that some of my behaviour points to me being a female. I love my safehouse Mum more than anything in the world which means that I like to spend most of my day out of my cage so that I can do whatever Mum is doing. We keep each other company all day. I think I would be happiest if my next carer is another lady, maybe even one who lives alone, as I can become very possessive of my woman! I don't like my safe house Dad at all and peck him if he gets too close to my Mum. She is my personal property! I can be a bit feisty if the mood takes me, particularly if I'm tired. For this reason, I don't think I should live with children. Whilst I have been in my cage I have met a large quiet doggy and 2 cats and that was ok, I didn't mind them. I like my surroundings to be fairly quiet. If there is too much noise I compete with it until it quietens down. One of my favourite things is sitting on my green towel on a cushion on Mum's lap. She strokes my head and face and then I snuggle into her hand for a doze. Very sweet! As you can tell, I love deeply and have a strong jealous streak, so this is something to bear in mind. If you are my "one" you will be rewarded with my undying love. Could you be my new lady? If you think you're the one for me, please apply. I'm a real character and can rival the big guys for personality. I would love to meet you!

Comes with cage? Yes

Location: Somerset


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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