|Message:||Hi Dawn, just to let you know, I sent you an email. I am interested in giving your nanday a wonderful home if possible. I am in Utah though, but I can guarantee an excellent, kind, loving, patient home with a lot of love and most important, understanding. My family has three nandays, all three are very loving, one was handfed and I gothim at 6 months old,so he is a very sweet cuddley bird. But two have had terrible pasts and took a lot of working with to gain their trust. One was physically abused until he was terrified, his last home was very good but they too needed someone to spend a lot of time with him and work with him. The other was badly neglected,left alone for weeks at a time and was a bad screamer. Though there's been blood drawn by some nasty bites, it is well worth some hard work and a lot of patience to see them trust us so much. Anyways, let me know if you are interested. Take care.
Indica & Flock
> I have a 2 1/2 year old Nanday, he was the sweetest bird until
> recently. About a year ago we added a Mustache Parrot to our family
> that had been abused. It took forever to get her to the point to
> where she wouldn't bite us. Now that she's tamed down some, CB
> (conure) has decided to be mean and bite us. I have no idea what to
> do. I would like to find him a good home without other birds, or
> maybe with (nice) other conures. Can you help me? I tried to put CB
> on yahoo, but now they charge for it, so I thought write and see if
> anyone has room for one more that needs a lot of attention, love,
> patience, understanding. Is it even possible for him to come out of
> this? We can't even hold him anymore without him drawing blood.
> It's a shame because he used to be such a sweet bird. He has a
> pretty good vocabulary, but since I've started school and don't take
> him out as much he just squaks most of the time. He still uses his
> vocabulary, but not as much. Thanks for any help or suggestions you
> can give me.