Name: Patrick, Tinker, Scally and Wag
Sex: Male and Female
Ref Number: 24-27
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Rehoming – Profile
Scally and Wag came into our care after their owner’s moved to no pet accommodation, Tinker’s owner sadly died and Patrick was unfortunately a stray.
Behaviour observations on site:
Can you offer Patrick, Tinker, Scally and Wag a home?
This chatter of budgies enjoys spending its days flying between the perches, spying on the aviaries next door and then regularly gathering to gossip about its avian neighbours.
Scally and Wag appear to have previously only lived in a cage and so are still adapting to life in an aviary but they are gradually building up the strength in their wings and they are coping well.
All 4 of them will need to be rehomed into a large outdoor aviary and can be mixed with other budgies and/or cockatiels. Sizes of aviaries can be discussed with staff. They do not need to be rehomed all together.
If you are interested in our budgies, please fill in an application form and also send in any photos you may have of your setup along with measurements (to firstname.lastname@example.org) to help speed up the adoption process. Thank you.
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the budgies.
All four budgies have been wormed.
Patrick’s breathing can become noisy when stressed. Our vet has assessed this and taken x-rays – there are no signs of disease and as long as stress is kept to a minimum, this should not affect his quality of life.
Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.