Captain Birdo is still settling into the shelter while we get to know him. He'd make a great aviary bird with his iridescent green plumage. He has a few feathers missing from his face, but they'll grow back soon (has done, since photo was taken). He was rescued separately to Felix, another Indian Ringneck parrot listed, however they have met at the shelter and currently share an enclosure. Captain Birdo is quite the character, but isn't overly trusting of us humans yet. We'll get there though, possibly with the help of a little bit of apple! Captain Birdo would like to find a home with his friend; Felix.
Felix is a stunning Indian Ringneck parrot. He has very unusual yellow and a soft grey colour, and is quite striking. Although he isn't hand tame, he's quite comfortable being close to humans, and is sociable to other birds of his species. Interestingly, his cage buddy, Captain Birdo, was rescued from elsewhere. They met at the shelter and would like to find a home together. Felix would love an aviary where he can stretch his wings.
Gilbert is an amazing little boy. He was found stuck in a fence, and sadly had his back ripped open. The last scab is falling off, and it couldn't be sooner as he's been very keen to recover! The lovely vets have fixed him all up so he can find a new home. Gilbert is very sweet, and loves attention. He also loves his food, and everything really. He's been great with his litter tray, and is an easy boy to love.
Ghandi is wise old man, who is looking for a loving home in his later years of life. The vets have noticed he has an enlarged heart, but don't let that stop you from bringing this boy home. Goodness knows how much longer he has, but bunnies like him enjoy surprising us! Ghandi may not have had the best past, his fur is urine stained and manky on his feet, possibly from having to stand in his own excrement for so long. Bathing doesn't rid the fur of the stain, but as soon as it moults out it'll be white again. He is a sweet boy that loves to be cuddled and reassured. He needs a gentle home. This boy doesn't have a bad bone in his body, but is timid until he knows you're not about to hurt him. A little garden/courtyard for him to potter around in is all he needs. This boy doesn't ask for much, just safety and unconditional love from now on.
Sebastian (blue eyed white mini lop) and Julian (blue eyed brown mini lop) are brothers, that are looking for a new home due to no fault of their own. Their mum needs to return overseas, and not being able to take them, she called our shelter as a last option before taking them to be put down. These boys have been very spoilt and have never known hardship, living as free range indoor bunnies. So, their mum was very concerned that they could continue living in the luxury they've become accustomed to.
When Sebastian and Julian arrived, they were very confused and timid. They did not have much handling, but slowly they've settled in and the change in them has been extraordinary. They are great to pick up and cuddle now, Julian especially will come over to get pats and just loves the attention, however in a new situation he is the shyer one, while Sebastian will want to go for an adventure and explore. Their personalities have come out so much, and they are simply the most gorgeous pair! I just want to keep them and smother them in love forever, but reason dictates that being so highly adoptable, they need to find a great new home so another rescue can be saved.
It's not only their previous owner that has anxiety they find the best of the best homes, but also myself now. These boys have been used to a mature household, so we're not looking at homes with young kids as that would scare them. They need someone patient, who will let them come to them at their own pace, and not be impatient to have cuddles while they settle in. We basically want someone who can love them as much as we do. Obviously, indoors as part of the family is a must. The boys are well litter trained :)