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Kakariki rehoming

sarahkal

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Unfortunately, i must rehome my beloved kakariki. i’ve had him for over 4 months and i’m gutted. What’s the best place to give him away because i want to ensure he’s happy and well looked after. Also, will he miss or remember me? i don’t want him to be sad. :( Is it difficult for kakarikis to be to rehomed or do they move on quickly with their new owner?
 

sunnysmom

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I'm very sorry that you have to rehome your bird. If you're interested in someone here perhaps taking him you can post more information. There's a post that you have to read and agree to on here if you want to put info here about your bird. Also, you could relinquish him to a rescue and they can work on finding him a good home. If you tell us where you are, we can perhaps suggest some good rescues near you.
 

Zara

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There's a post that you have to read and agree to on here if you want to put info here about your bird.
Here is a direct link;
 

Gigibirds

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Aww, that's so sad that you have to rehome him :( I hope you find a great home for your much-loved birdie! :hug5:
 

BlueBird67

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I know a some people who rehome birds quickly into happy homes: Phoenix Landing Parrot Foundation. I'm sure that they'd take in a kakariki! Try finding a person who will let you visit your bird once in a while. <(v)
 

sarahkal

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I'm very sorry that you have to rehome your bird. If you're interested in someone here perhaps taking him you can post more information. There's a post that you have to read and agree to on here if you want to put info here about your bird. Also, you could relinquish him to a rescue and they can work on finding him a good home. If you tell us where you are, we can perhaps suggest some good rescues near you.
thank you so much i will look in further to that. i am based in feltham in south west london
 

sarahkal

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I know a some people who rehome birds quickly into happy homes: Phoenix Landing Parrot Foundation. I'm sure that they'd take in a kakariki! Try finding a person who will let you visit your bird once in a while. <(v)
that’s excellent news. i’ll definitely look into that foundation
 

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