For the volunteers – I scared Zaire on Saturday by mistake.
I’ve been working with him, getting him to take peanuts from my hand through the open cage door.
I picked up a perch from the top of Sailor’s cage next to him and started to turn around, and when he saw the perch started screaming inconsolably. It took him a few to calm down, and…[Read more]
Cats, like us, can experience changes in their behavior due to emotions such as fear, pleasure, hunger, anxiety etc. Many of these behavioral changes affect the quality of life of us and our feline companions.
Now that we actually have volunteers working with the birds it’s becoming clear that we need to organize the work a little better so that we’re not tripping over each other. It’s important that the people who are here to feed and clean have unimpeded access to all the cages and cleaning supplies so we’re…[Read more]
In case you missed it last week: The rescue and sanctuary has finally been registered as a non-profit corporation with the State of Washington and 501(c)(3) designation by the IRS is pending (which will allow for tax-deductible donations in the future. This will open up a whole new world of opportunities to help homeless and at-risk parrots -…[Read more]