Feathered Friends Forever is a rescue, refuge and sanctuary for abused, neglected and unwanted parrots. Due to the history of the birds in our care, it is of the utmost importance that the best interest of the bird is represented at all times.
Please remember that our number one priority is to give the birds in our care a forever home. Many of the birds in our flock have had multiple homes prior to arriving at our facility. We want to make sure that your home is their last home, and that they will live out the remainder of their days in your loving home.
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Parrots have a relatively long life span. In fact, most larger parrots will outlive their owner. As a general rule, the larger the bird, the longer the expected lifespan is. For example, a budgie (parakeet) has a lifespan of 5 to 12 years. The oldest pet macaw was reported to have lived 112 years.
Please take this into consideration before choosing to adopt a parrot.
Aside from the initial cost of adopting a parrot, there are other expenses to keep in mind. A properly sized parrot cage is a must and are quite costly. Parrot safe toys must be provided at a cost of $20+ for each toy (and they will need to be replaced on a regular basis). Retail parrot food plus fresh fruits and vegetables can easily add $125+ to your monthly grocery budget. There is also the cost of proper veterinary care from an avian vet to consider before choosing to bring a parrot into your home.
The best adoptions result from people who take their time and get to know the birds first. This means coming to the rescue for a couple of days and spending time with your new friend at the rescue, which is their familiar territory.
You must pick up your bird in person and bring proper transportation for your new companion. If you are using commercial aircraft, be aware that live animals may only be transported in certain weather conditions. Check with your airline for details and applicable fees.
The adoption process can be lengthy and involves costs to the prospective adopter.
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