Blue and gold macaw in Bristol


Please be advised that this is a relished advert due to being let down sadly by someone who just wasted my time, and theirs. Please only 100% genuine person who fulfills my original advert please.

Here advertised again is Millie, blue and gold macaw. He's 20 years old, microchiped and with hatch papers. We have always referred to Millie as a girl until dna feather tested, and discovered otherwise. We still treat Millie as a girl and she even says that she's a good girl. We need desperately to rehome her to a forever home. Millie is like our child and we really need to know she is going to the right replacement forever home so there are a few conditions before we let Millie go. Very understandable right !
Ideally, the right parents would have experience and understanding of these beautiful creatures and would like to visit in the first instance to meet her. I'd like to meet the new parents and discuss all of Millies likes and dislikes and habits etc. I would like to maybe visit your home and build trust and a bond with the new parents. I would like to stay in touch with you and have updates on her welfare and maybe receive photos from time to time, and if it don't work out with you, I would propose to have Millie back and refund your money. That's more than fair I hope you agree, why pass Millie on to other strangers when I am willing to reimburse your money no questions asked. Visiting will be Covid safe with face coverings, hand sanitisers etc, plus we'll obviously inform each other of our health. Millie needs constant attention and loves cuddles and kisses. She's an incredible creature. Millie comes with cage and toys etc. The price is £1400 and will not accept offers. The right parents will pay this no problem. Any questions I welcome and thanks for reading and your interest.

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1 week ago
Kevin Tancock
Apr 2016
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