9months old healthy very active sings and started to mimic words eats out of hand has a lovely personality easy to care for good companion
loves people children etc his still young so will train as you want
must see to appreciate pictures don’t do him justice at all
no time wasters please the only reason I’m selling him is that I have other pets to look after don’t have enough space
this little chap is beautiful and very loving he loves fruit especially apples and grapes doesn’t need much looking after
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