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Code: BFT2022

Kemi   

In shelter Bird

North Babylon, NY, 11703
Pet name:
Kemi
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Cockatoo
Date:
09/24/2022
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
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We appreciate your interest, but as a local Long Island organization, we cannot orchestrate long distance or out-of-NY State adoptions. We can only handle placements in the Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Staten Island, NYC, lower Westchester and lower Rockland County areas.

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If youre interested in this bird(s), please read our policies and procedures and complete an application at www.liparrots.org/Adopt   If you complete an adoption application there is a fee that needs to be paid.  Your application will not be processed unless the fee is paid directly after the submission of your application.

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Name of Parrot\tKemi
Species\tMOLUCCAN  COCKATOO
Age of Parrot\t25
Sex\t Female
Are the Wings Clipped?\t No - Fully flighted
Bird Color\twhite/pink
Does your bird talk?\tYES BUT I AM NOT SURE WHAT SHE IS SAYING
What do you currently feed your bird to eat?\tZupreen pellets fruit, nut,pasta CANTALOUPE, MANGO, CELERY
Is your bird hand tame?\tYes
Does your bird have any feather issues?\t Plucks
When was the bird last Vet checked?\t2018
Select which of the following your bird is good with. (You can select more then 1)\t Dogs
Tell us if your bird has any behavior issues?\tSeveral years ago created sore under wing but in recent years she has stopped that behavior and feathers under  left wing have  grown in 
CAN BE CRABBY AT TIMES BUT  GETS OVER IT AFTER A WHILE
LAYS EGGS  ALTHOUGH THAT   BEHAVIOR HAS BECOME LESS FREQUENT IN  RECENT YEARS
Why are you needing to rehome your bird?\tHEALTH REASONS. i WOULD LIKE TO FIND A GOOD HOME FOR HER BEFORE IT MIGHT  BECOME  A NECESSITY AND SOMEONE ELSE  WOULD HAVE  TO SCRAMBLE TO  FIND HER A HOME
Provide us with any additional information that may help a candidate show interest in your bird.\tSHE IS USUALLY QUITE EVEN TEMPERED, HER FEATHERS INDICATE HER MOOD.  
USUALLY NOT NOISY EXCEPT WHEN BEDTIME AND LIGHTS OUT ARRIVES BUT QUIET  AFTER LIGHTS OUT 
LIKES TO DESTROY WOOD BLOCKS WE MAKE FOR HER AND  ALSO RIP UP CARDBOARD BOXES
GOES FROM  CAGE TO PERCH STAND NEVER   GOES ON FLOOR

LIKES TO WATCH THE DOGS PLAYING IN HALLWAY BY HER ROOM SHE SEEMS TO  FIND IT ENTERTAINING
LIKES  IT WHEN YOU SING TO HER

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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