A young untamed love bird is looking for a new home. Unsure of gender. A cage, 4 food bowls, a "bath" and a few toys are included in the sale. "He" eats seed, raw carrot, apple and (thin) green beans. He enjoys Millet and seed bells.
He is a sweet character with lots of chirps and squeaks, but I think he needs a friend.
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