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Old 12-23-2016, 10:17 AM
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I know of a goffin that is in a bad situation . This was helpful. Does anyone know if my severe and a goffin can get along?? I want to help this bird and she's small,but if the two cant live side by side...ill have to rehome.
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I know of a goffin that is in a bad situation . This was helpful. Does anyone know if my severe and a goffin can get along?? I want to help this bird and she's small,but if the two cant live side by side...ill have to rehome.
It is possible but of course not guaranteed. My Goffins have no problems with my TAG or Ekkie. Of course it is a two-way street and also dependent on your severe.

I hope you are able to help the Goffin! They are such sweet and lovable little toos.
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