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A place for Polly

Postby Bird woman » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:22 am

A PLACE FOR POLLY , SOON THERE WILL BE A NEW SITE LAUNCHED FOR PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER TO GET MUCH NEEDED RESOURCES IN ONE SPOT . THERE WILL BE A GOD PARENT REGISTRY , 911 EMERGENCY HOUSING , LONG AND SHORT TERM BABYSITTING AND MUCH MORE. I will let everyone know when we're ready to launch. Still a lot to do , mainly putting safe guards in place. Any ideas are welcome There will be no selling , buying or breeding . :D Bird Woman
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Michael » Thu Jun 28, 2018 11:09 am

Is this your site or mentioning somebody else’s.
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Bird woman » Thu Jun 28, 2018 11:31 am

My idea several people working on it all across the country. The main goal started with older people getting up in years that love there birds like there own children and not wanting them to go to rescues or end up on the rehome circuit. Also to link people up in there own areas for emergency temp housing , short or long term so when a situation arises there is help and this can keep a bird with there beloved owner while they move or are in the hospital etc. There is a huge need for this kind of resource as I have found fostering several myself at this point. We're also designing a section for people that have had to give up there bird to find them no matter how many years it's been and connect with new owners to share much needed info and to have peace of mind that there baby is being cared for and possibly get them back as there situation may have changed over the years. I do everything in my power to get information on each bird that comes into my life but usually by the time they get to me they've been passed around so many times not much history is available. I took a bird in 2 years ago that a husband had bought for his wife and when they got divorced he locked the bird up at his business and kept it there for 5 years. The bird made its way to me with a version of the true story and after many months of super sleuthing I was able to find her and the reunion was heart wrenching. I've been able to do a similar recovery after 15 years of lost contact with a little LSC that came through here. These birds don't forget good or bad. Anyway it's still a huge project and still being worked on with so much to consider especially the safe guards . BW
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Michael » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:35 pm

I still didn’t really understand if it’s something you are personally working on. I’m fine with legit forum participants mentioning or linking to their outside parrot related websites as long as they are here for the purpose to participate rather than link.
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Pajarita » Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:58 am

Hi, Patty, nice to hear from you, again. The idea seems like a good one but it also seems like a monumental task. We've had several good ideas that started strong but died off as time went by and people did not really contribute or cooperate [the standardized rescue report was one] so I hope that this does go through.
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Bird woman » Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:22 pm

Well Michael since you mentioned it , when we get a good draft of our format done how would you feel maybe becoming a part of this and possibly after you review things integrating this into your site. You already are up and running with the knowledge of how to do things and keep it running. I am completely at the mercy of strangers unless I go to a professional company. I did a little research on my idea before even getting started and the response was overwhelming from all over the world . Thousands responded in a matter of a few days. I'm not looking to control the site or receive anything other than the satisfaction that there's a place people can go and find resources , private and public for emergency care and parrot sitting and a home for there bird incase they die thus the god parent registry. Also a link to possibly get info or locate your long lost bird that had entered the rehoming circuit. This could breath a lot of life into your site as well. I am a networking freak and once on a mission can't be stopped. Let me know if this is something you might be interested in.
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Michael » Fri Jun 29, 2018 1:15 pm

Some years ago, I probably would have tried it. But right now I'm just too tied down and wouldn't have the time. But I am all for the idea. Let me know how it goes and feel free to share your site here.
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby liz » Sat Jun 30, 2018 7:16 am

I took in a Cockatiel when I took Rainbow. I had him for two years when I found out the woman was ready to have him back. We she came to get him he was so excited. He remembered her after all that time.
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Re: A place for Polly

Postby Navre » Sun Jul 01, 2018 6:29 am

This is a great idea. It will be a lot of work. One of my friends is a moderator on the parrot 911 Facebook pages and it seems that she is posting 24 hours a day.

I’ve had hundreds (I should count them up one day) of birds come through the rescue since 2015 and we never once had a Polly! I think next time we get a nameless bird it will become Polly, or Pauly.
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