Bonnie and Clyde
Hi Layla :) if you hollow this link by clicking on it you can introduce yourself in teh new members section and everybody can chat with you. https://theparrotclub.co.uk/community/index.php?forums/new-member-introductions.8/ Your the lady from Harewood House the other day aren't you?
Yes I am. Will do
Huge bird lover
Hello my lovely, I hear you are my go to lady for potentially rehoming a feathered beauty! Please can you advise where we would go from here? :)
Hey! Cross post!! Just replied on your other post. Hahaha. Are you on Facebook?
I am, just as my name appears here or facebook.com/allyallingham (getting married in September and wanted to bagsy the name).
Have messaged you xx
She is interacting a little with our male IRN just want to get things right from the beginning if we can thank u so much
I know it may not help but bcus our male won't go in the cage there is food out on the top and I guess as she isn't going hungry she has no incentive to go back to her cage? Don't know huge about her history other than was kept on own in a spare room due to other owner having cats and prefers men to women. Much appreciated Jeanette
any tips on how best to handle her n the situation to get her to go back into cage would be great she seems to have gone back wild which clearly she hasn't in just a few days.
The last 2 nights have been a real struggle she won't go in cage or come to us and we have had to catch her both nights to get her back in cage. Now that she is in a suitable sized cage do u think we should leave her in there for a few days without coming out?
Hi Michael, sorry I need your help so soon as you know we had Fiona a female IRN arrive last Thursday she lived in an exceptionally small cage and as a result has self mutilated by removing tail feathers. The first few days went really well she would allow my partner to stroke her and she went back into her new cage no probs at all.
I would say give her two weeks and then see how pinky starts to react let her settle and you will find they will become friends
Hi Michael I hope u r well. Fiona has been with us 2 days now she is very fragile, ever so sweet our Amazon is a bit too boisterous around her and Pinky IRN not quite sure what to do. She has no rail feathers as her cage was too small xx
Bonny my Indian Ringneck
Bonny Indian ringneck
P.s John is comimg tomo to do our home check fingers crossed we will have a companion for Pinky our ringneck very soon
I have seen your post this evening about help needed for the refuge. Whilst I am not in a position to help out with fostering or transport at the moment I am more than happy to assist financially so that birds in need of cages toys food etc have them available when needed. Just let me know what I would need to do. Jeanette
Hi ladyc...it has been recommended that I contact u..I am looking to rehome a female ringneck 3+ yrs as a companion for my male 5yr old ringneck Pinky. I live in the West Midlands, if you are aware of anyone needing to rehome their bird I would be more than happy to contact them. Regards Jeanette
Thank you...I will give you a call when I finish work tomorrow if you are free it will be around 5pm?
if I am not I will call you back as soon as I am
Hi Michael we live in Wolverhampton up in the West Midlands
Hi I am in Kent Tel 07860 353539 not before 3:30pm please
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