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Old 10-11-2015, 04:45 PM
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Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

Hi.
I bought Chloe in Berkeley in 1988. She was the ugliest bird in the shop, but I dropped 1500$ and took her home.
She got better, looks beautiful now! She's healthy and had a great vet.
Sadly I can't keep her any longer and I need help finding her a new home. Any help, leads are appreciated!

She's kinda scared of dogs and doesn't like it when I wear my glasses.

Thanks! Kat.
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Old 10-11-2015, 04:51 PM
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Re: Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

It might help to know how much her re-homing fee is and if she comes with a cage/toys/food or not.
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Old 10-11-2015, 04:56 PM
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Re: Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

Oh good, I'm glad she is in better health however I'm sorry you have to rehome her. I hope she gets the best place for her! I don't know of anyone who wants a U2 but I know a friend who has a M2 and she has friends who are cockatoo lovers so I will ask her! They live in Tacoma.
Also have you considered parrot rescues? I know of a few if you need help but I understand if that is not the place you want her to go to....

Do you have any pictures of her maybe?
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Old 10-13-2015, 06:51 PM
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Re: Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

She comes with her good size cage, no toys, she prefers bond cardboard, papers, wood even I run across some.
I feed her Harrison's. We're in Seattle. Dr Bennett it's her very and she recently had a well exam. As long as it's a great hint, I don't need a fee.
I'll post photos when I figure out how :-)
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Old 10-18-2015, 12:16 PM
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Re: Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

I know a neighbor who used to have a cockatoo, but I don't know if he would want to try another one right now. I could ask for you. At the very least, he really wants to meet my Amazon (he's not ready for visits from strangers yet), so he might be ready to try a bird again.

We live in central/eastern Oregon, but he works in Portland every other week. They do have a dog, but he's a mellow, older dog. Doesn't even disturb the chickens in the yard. Nice couple with LOTS of time spent at home.
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Re: Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

Quote: Originally Posted by Katmet07 View Post
She comes with her good size cage, no toys, she prefers bond cardboard, papers, wood even I run across some.
I feed her Harrison's. We're in Seattle. Dr Bennett it's her very and she recently had a well exam. As long as it's a great hint, I don't need a fee.
I'll post photos when I figure out how :-)
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Re: Rehoming my 28 yo f umbrella cockatoo in Seattle

Hello, my name is Brandy. I noticed you were looking for a home for your baby. Well not so much baby, but in love always your baby. I recently was looking into adopting another bird but I was scammed. and I had fallen in love with everything I was being told about him, until she asked for personal information that didn't pertain to adopting a bird in the slightest bit. Now that my heart has healed I am back to searching for feathered love. Please let me no a little more about your big girl and also why you must absolutely find her a home. I want to ale sure you really need to find her a home. Thank you kindly
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