As much as it breaks my heart, I have to find a ne home for my baby (due to working long hours).
He's 6 months old, and very hand tame (once he has got to know you). He's very loving, and will sit with you all day, and just be loved, and loved lol, He's very partial to a plain pringle lol.
He normally is out of his cage all day, and then put to bed at night, and covered up. I only want him to go to someone who is dedicated to giving him the time he craves, he comes with his large cage £150, medium play stand £30, and everything you see in the cage, and tub off food and treats.
He cost me £95, so as you can see, your getting a bargain.
I WILL NOT SELL HIM WITHOUT HIS CAGE, it's his home. So don't ask
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