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Hi im from the uk and i have 2 pairs of greys and 2 single greys ive been hobby breeding for a few years now
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Hi, I haven't been here in a while, but have re-discovered this forum, which I like a lot.

I've always wanted to have a grey, but I'm older and have no one to will a bird to.

The only way I'll have a grey, I imagine, is if I hear of an older grey who needs to be re-homed. I'd adopt such a bird in a heartbeat.

Glad to meet you!

We have a male cockatiel (Donald), a clingy, shrieking male peach face lovebird, Mr. Turkle, and the budgie version of Romeo and Juliet, Spiro and Wyette.

"All animals wearing fur, feathers and scales are angels. Birds are special angels. They already have their wings."
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*waves wing*

Hi, I haven't been here in a while, but have re-discovered this forum, which I like a lot.

I've always wanted to have a grey, but I'm older and have no one to will a bird to.

The only way I'll have a grey, I imagine, is if I hear of an older grey who needs to be re-homed. I'd adopt such a bird in a heartbeat.

Glad to meet you!

We have a male cockatiel (Donald), a clingy, shrieking male peach face lovebird, Mr. Turkle, and the budgie version of Romeo and Juliet, Spiro and Wyette.

Hello, waving wing back attcha.


Don't despair, check out rescues and get your name on a list, there are tons of people you can get to know from these rescues centers who will understand your concern about if you need to re-home this bird should anything happen to you.

Never say never, anythings possible.





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