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Siesta Sanctuary

Postby Pajarita » Mon Dec 30, 2019 12:32 pm

in Maine. They only have 75 parrots in residence, which is less than what most rescues have, but, obviously, there are not 75 humans for the 75 parrots... One more thing brought to mind by a comment made by a volunteer, people always assume that all the parrots that end up in rescues or sanctuaries have been 'through trauma or abused' but this is not necessarily true. There are lots and lots and lots of parrots that were treated right and loved and ended up in rescues. Sadly, being rehomed is part of life for a parrot because out of 10,000 babies bought, maybe one ends up living a semi-normal lifespan with the same human - the rest are all rehomed sooner or later. But, if you cannot keep yours any longer, the best solution is to find it another good home. Rescues and sanctuaries are not happy places for parrots who are imprinted to people.

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