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Newman

Wait List

Meet

Newman

*** This bird is currently on our Waitlist and is with their current owner. It may be possible to visit and adopt this bird prior to it being moved to a foster home. Please keep in mind that birds on the Waitlist may not have had a veterinary visit. Their owners may or may not be caring for the bird at EBR minimum standards of care.***

Owner said: I bought her as a chick and hand raised her. She is super smart and has such a great personality. She enjoys men, and used to come down off her cage and waddle across the floor just to stand in front of my guy friends and do this little foot kick thing and say "wanna come here" and "hey baby". She gets excited listening to conversations and laughs at the appropriate times. At one point my friend & I were teaching her to play UNO the card game. She loves colors and games. When it's time for bed she says "nite nite" in a cute chirpy way, but if you dont go to bed soon enough, her tone changes to a stern and more harsh "NIGHT NIGHT" sort of like Sir, I said good day. She's truly a sweet bird.

About

Newman

She's a plucker. She started plucking her feathers around age 1. She plucks her chest and legs.
She has a pinched sciatic nerve which limits her control of one of her feet. This makes it hard for her to potty. She holds her potty until it's practically fermented, and is always diarrhea.

Age or hatch date:

27years

Gender:

female

Best qualities:

Her personality is the best! She's funny and engaging. She loves to sing and likes to listen to conversations. She laughs at the appropriate times. She barks at the dogs and meows at the cats. She's really a great bird.

Favorite food:

unknown

Favorite toys:

Wood

Dowel or step-up trained:

Yes, to hand or arm

Challenges:

Owner Said: She has a pinched sciatic nerve which limits her control of one of her feet. This makes it hard for her to potty. She holds her potty until it's practically fermented, and is always diarrhea.

Vocabulary:

She has a limited vocabulary, but is is vocal with whistling and other bird noises. She laughs a lot and has great comedic timing!

Health issues:

She's a plucker. She started plucking her feathers around age 1. She plucks her chest and legs.
She has a pinched sciatic nerve which limits her control of one of her feet. This makes it hard for her to potty. She holds her potty until it's practically fermented, and is always diarrhea.

Gets along with birds:

unknown

Gets along with dogs:

Comfortable

Gets along with cats:

Comfortable

Gets along with kids:

Tolerates

Foster home has expressed interest in adopting this bird:

7/9/24, 1:00 AM

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