Planned Parrothood Photo Contest

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PUMPKIN'S RESCUE STORY
To The Right
"I got pumpkin about 1 1/2 yrs ago. He is a beautiful bird, very kind, and also very reserved for a Moluccan. Pumpkin, a male, is now about 7 yrs old. His story is the usual - the owner had a bed-n-breakfast and he was getting "too" loud for the guests. That was his 2nd or 3rd home. He hated the lady's husband, and as I later found out, she started getting other birds that also appeared in the paper for sale not a month later. I bought Pumpkin from her and he has been here ever since. Of course his diet had to be adjusted. Pumpkin likes to bark like a little dog and gives good cuddles, likes to call himself and everyone else a cracker, and his laugh is to die for. He is still reserved but as you can see from the picture he loves the water fountain (giving himself a bath and I too if I'm sitting too close). Pumpkin loves everyone in our family and he goes on most outings with our pet therapy programs and visits to the shelters and boys and girls clubs and schools. He was definitely ambassador for our bake sale to raise money to help another bird. Of course our favorite thing to play is I say "What do you call those people down south?? And of course his reply is "CRACKER, CRACKER!" Being from the south I just die laughing!
--Stephanie
Moluccan Cockatoo
Moluccan Cockatoo
"Pumpkin"
Owner: Stephanie Ingram
Umbrella Cockatoo
Umbrella Cockatoo
"Jazz"
Owners: Peter & Miriam Lambert
JAZZ'S RESCUE STORY
To The Left
"Attached is a photo of me with our cockatoos. The lesser sulphur crested is named Sophie and our Moluccan Cockatoo is named Jazz. I know that Jazz would probably not win the contest because she is picked, but we just rescued her from an abusive situation and we think that she is beautiful with or without her feathers. This was taken within one day of having Jazz home with us. I think that you will agree that she is happy to have a loving home!"
--Miriam Lambert
CAMILLE'S RESCUE STORY
To The Right
"We first saw her in a pet store. No one showed much interest in Camille, although she is a good talker. The price for her was very high and the store had several other younger and less expensive Umbrella Toos. Camille has a talent for opening cage doors and often opened hers and the other birds' at night causing the owners to arrive to a store full of free flying tiels and mingling parrots. Eventually she was locked in the cage most of the time. She finally disappeared and when responding to a classified ad for a "cheap Umbrella Cockatoo - will take payments" we happened to find her again. She was being sold because her owner was tired of her and ready to move on to another parrot. She had pictures of several parrots - all types that had gone before. This is Camille perched on a limb next to our deck last spring. She is in her forever home now, living happily with a rescue Goffins and Tam, another Umbie."
--Carole Allan
Umbrella Cockatoo
Umbrella Cockatoo
"Camille"
Owner: Carole Allan
Peachface Lovebird
Peachface Lovebird
"Chi"
Owner: Jessica Sehr
African Grey
African Grey
"Kirby"
Owner: June Selby
Eclectus Babies
Eclectus Babies
"Kaylee & Kaleena"
Owner: Chrissy Carlile
Goldcap Conure, Male & Female Eclectus
Goldcap Conure & Eclectus
"Forrest, Athena, Gabriel"
Owner: Chrissy Carlile
Dusky Conure
Dusky Conure
"Mr. Sunshine"
Owner: Connie Campbell
Bluecrowned Conure
Bluecrowned Conure
"Indigo"
Owners: Sheryl and Al Posey

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