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Nevermore
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Join date : 2011-05-19
Location : Canada
My Birds : Captain Jack Parrot: Green-cheeked Conure

Cheeky/Sir Cheeks - Cockatiel
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PostSubject: Re: Cockatiel Rescue   Fri Oct 21, 2011 10:56 pm

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Location : San Diego County, California
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PostSubject: Re: Cockatiel Rescue   Sat Oct 22, 2011 2:35 pm

GlassOnion wrote:
females don't whistle
I've had females over the years that easily out sing males. I would not have believed them to be females if they weren't giving me babies.

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Join date : 2011-09-29
Age : 23
Location : ohio
My Birds : CAG-Mikko, Blue headed pionus- Marty, 11 finches
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PostSubject: Re: Cockatiel Rescue   Sat Oct 22, 2011 3:32 pm

how is she doing now? any luck with a home? maybe you wanna keep her? just kidding lol Very Happy
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Cockatiel


Join date : 2011-05-19
Location : Canada
My Birds : Captain Jack Parrot: Green-cheeked Conure

Cheeky/Sir Cheeks - Cockatiel
Posts : 162

PostSubject: Re: Cockatiel Rescue   Sat Oct 22, 2011 5:56 pm

Shes doing alright. Although compared to Jack, shes the dullest bird I've ever seen. Doesn't pay any attention to any toys. Occasionally she'll whistle and chirp. She'll preen. Has NO interest in people, doesn't want anything to do with you. Otherwise she just sits in front of the food bowl and eats. And she'll occasionally take a break to nap. She's an overly mellow pothead, while Jack is a crack-head dynamo.

No. I'm not keeping her. Even if I wanted to, I don't have the time nor the energy, nor the space for another bird. I feel bad enough abandoning Jack for most of the spring/summer. I can't do that to another bird.

Not to mention; money. First thing I'd want to do is get her vet checked, her nails done, a DNA test. And upgrade her to a reasonably sized cage with her own toys and perches. Too much money.

So ya. Cheeky is going to a new home.
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Join date : 2011-09-29
Age : 23
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My Birds : CAG-Mikko, Blue headed pionus- Marty, 11 finches
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PostSubject: Re: Cockatiel Rescue   Sat Oct 22, 2011 6:21 pm

Well im very happy that youve taken her in and are taking such good care of her shes lucky to have you Smile and im sure whoever you give her to will love her Very Happy maybe you can send her to zaza? lol!
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