I have been considering the possibility lately of rehoming my Scaly-Breasted Lorikeet. I am really not 100% sure if I want to go through with it but I am starting to think it may be the best thing for her. I got her when I still lived at home and have had her with me the whole time, however these days I am working long long hours and often get back after dark, so of course she is in bed. I worry that she is not getting enough attention and out of cage time and while I love her I wonder if rehoming her to an in-home situation where she'd have more time or into an aviary where she'd have more company would be better for her.
She recently stayed at a bird sitter when I went on holidays for a month and coped fantastically so I know that she will be fine to go to a new home.
She is your typical lorikeet. Hilarious, noisy and confident. She used to be quite bitey (as they can be) but I have gotten her out of this most of the time, and now when she does bite it's no where near as hard! She speaks a lot and makes lots of funny sounds, and can 'kiss' and 'fart' on cue. She is currently five years old.
I guess this is more an expression of interest to see if anyone would be interested in her. I'm located in Wollongong and moving to Sydney soon, which will shorten my hours away from work, but I know that definitely once it's winter it will always be dark when I leave/get home. My partner usually works nights so there is usually stuff going on in the house during the day but he doesn't get her out of the cage and it's not his responsibility to.
She would be rehomed with her all her toys, leftover food and her cage if that was wanted ( it's a bit battered and worse for wear now, but it's a good size).
Would anyone be interested? I would only want her to go to the best of homes and I know that the best of homes are located right here!
Possible rehome of a Scaly-Breasted Lorikeet
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