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Old 10-30-2019, 09:14 AM
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Conures need to be rehomed!

Conures, Max and Tiki, belong to my father who can no longer care for them! Max is a male, Tiki, a female.
They are only about a year old. Can send pictures. Do not know what kind of Conures they are. Includes small carrier cage and large, roomy cage for your home, their toys, etc. Free to caring, knowledgeable person.

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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

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Old 10-30-2019, 09:29 AM
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

I'm so sorry your father has to rehome his conures.
What part of the world are you located in?

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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

They belong to my father. I have them at my home at this time. I am in Deerfield Beach, Florida
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

I can't take them, but any information on their medical history or ages might help people. Are they currently housed in the same cage?
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

Thanks for posting here.ots if great people, but sometimes it still takes time for the right person to see you have birds to home.
You can attach a picture of the birds by hitting the go advanced button under the text box. This allows you to paperclip a picture, it shows as a thumbnail after you post. But we can click to look at the picture. Pictures might go in finding a home.
Do you need a y advice in how to care for them?
Do you know that any non stick cookware, baking sheets, pans ect may contain Teflon that when heated by cooking can kill birds in seconds??? Even in a different floor and behind closed doors! Terrible way to loose a parrot, and it has happened to many people here.
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

Can you post pictures. We may be interested in traveling for Oklahoma to get them
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

Please be careful of people who ha e just joined looking for free birds. You can see join date in upper right corner of post. These might be good people or they might be bird flippers, ask questions, be diligent!!
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

Where are you located?
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Re: Conures need to be rehomed!

Just make sure that you physically/personally verify the accommodation/living conditions of any potential re-home locations/"parronts". The internet is a good place for people to construct personas which are out of alignment with reality. There are many good people who want to help, but there are also "flippers" who will say a lot to get a good deal on a bird. Join date and number of posts= good tool for you...although still not the end-all-be-all (as that can be manipulated as well)

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