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Re: Wanted: a cockatoo handicapped or not

Posted by Jen on 4/13/07
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    I'm no expert on Macaws.. so I may be wrong. But I always
    heard that Macaws' respiratory systems are very sensitive to
    Cockatoo powder and that they shouldn't be housed in the
    same rooms, and if you decide to do so anyways, you must
    have very rigourous air filtration. Maybe I heard wrong...
    but just thought I'd mention.

    > I would love to have a cockatoo. I am Mom to a blue/gold
    > macaw and he wants a friend. I Would take a handicapped
    > bird. I rescued my macaw from a home where all he knew was
    > pain. He had several claws torn out. we had a cage fixed
    > for him so when he falls off of the perch he doesn't fall
    > far and it is a soft landing. I have had him for 5 years
    > now and it took a while to get his trust but I did!
    >
    >
    > I live in Elkins West Virginia and can travel some.