nOOdles and Sprout - both Quaker parrots. I brought nOOdles home especially as a companion for Sprout who lost his (or her, we're not sure) cagemate Zoot last year. Zoot was my little man and we were together for 12 years. It was devistating to me, my husband (Barry) and to Sprout. But nOOdles and Sprout bonded beautifully and spend all their time together. Sprout was wild born and does not like to be handled. He currently is having a lot of problems with his skin but is otherwise healthy. nOOdles is just a little, soft kissable delight. But he has attitude - he is a Quaker Parrot after all!
Edla and Teacake - a pair of lovebirds. Teacake is a total character! She's about 12 years old now. Edla is much younger, maybe only 4? But they love each other and are always in trouble together.
Sonny the Sun Conure and Quincy the Quaker Parrot- They are a bonded pair although they are both males. They are the "alternative lifestyle birds" in the flock! Sonny loves my husband more than anything and will literally throw himself on the floor and run after him when hubby passes his cage. Quincy was a bit of a challange when I first brought him home, but he is my little honeybun now and loves cuddles and kisses. He's the best talker of the group, imitating lots of noises and singing and saying a few words. Sonny only says "No!"
I tried to answer your note and PT told me my response was too long! LOL!! Guess any mama loves to brag on her babies. I can send a note for every few birds. ..how does that sound?
I hear you knocking, but you can't come in!!!!!
Open the pod bay doors, Hal.
It's not just about the plants!
Abrupt and Abrasive.
Livin' in Parrot Paradise
Owned by 40 paws
Luv my kitties!
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