Beautiful blue headed Amazon for sale I have only had him for a few months but unfortunately I have to sell him because I am getting my house extended and renovated and we will be moving out .
He’s been a joy to have in the little time we have had him he loves my kids let’s all my kids stroke him loves to get his head scratched puts his head down so the kids can touch him he talks all the time when we are all in the room he likes to join in lol ??
He says quite a few stuff Hello, what you doing!
Mittu, loads more and sings tunes whistles etc he’s super cute.
I will only sel him to someone who knows what they are doing as when I got him he was over weight and not being fed proper stuff he is very healthy now and happy he needs a proper diet of fruit veg and seeds not only seeds!!!
He needs a hood few hours outside his cage every day so if you can’t open up his cage and will just keep him locked up don’t bother contacting me.
He just likes to sit on top of his cage and occasionally sits in the window he actually isn’t even that messy he needs his caged cleaned regularly he dosent make mess outside of cage.
His name is Mittu and is still only 2 and a half years old.
If you are scared of parrots then this bird is not for you if you have confidence then he will not bite!
But if you start being scared the moment you see him I feel he can sense it.
Please don’t contact me if you can not fulfil these requirements as it is not fair on him he needs a lot of love and care and he will live for many years he is a great companion and company in the house full of life and laughs oh yeh he makes laughter sounds copy’s me hahah
Also come with a really big metal cage very sturdy and has loads of space under it to store things it is on wheels to move around easily and the tray slides out from
Underneath to clean out he needs his water and food changing daily.
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