. That is almost always standard procedure to keep people from flipping birds and for the birds safety so they don't keep getting passed around. They will almost always keep in contact for at least a year to make sure it's going to work out. I don't think we ever really own a bird , I think of it more like the adoption process that it is suppose to be , they should be part of the family and like adopting a kid . when I adopt a bird out I never charge anything but make them sign a contract stating that the bird comes back for any reason if they can't keep them or pay for any medical if the need should arise . If they break the contract there's big bucks involved and if the bird passes away they better produce a body. I've only had 1 problem and it went through litigation and I won and that's in 17 years. All the other birds that I've found homes for are still in contact and many have at least 2 birds and have turned into great friends. BWRmoses wrote:Bird woman wrote:I did a little checking on the rescue you've been trying to contact , might be a quicker way to talk to them on there face book page . They seem to stay up on it but not there web site too much. Just a thought . BW
Did you see their terms? You pay four or five hundred dollars to get the bird but you never own it.
Bird woman wrote:I think you need to reread my post pajirta. BW
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