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There I was, living the good life with my mom for a good 17 years when aging made her forget who I was. Then some people came to take care of me and eventually sent me to Mickaboo where I could have regular company and get to meet other birds like me. Now I live with my foster mom and her two other amazons who talk a whole lot. I was shy about talking to them at first since my voice is much quieter than theirs is, but when we go outside to play I can really open up and holler with the best of them! My foster mom says I'm a bit of a perch potato and I'm not too keen on stepping up at all for her, but if she opens my cage I'm happy to come out on my own and sit on top of it while I preen my feathers. I'm shy about new things, but the old cat in the house is okay and once in awhile I climb down to check out the floor to see if I dropped something there. My favorite toys are my bell and blocks of wood I can chew on (I'm an expert kindling maker you know). Foster mom says I'm the quietest Amazon she's ever met - I coo a bit here and there and will talk quietly when I'm preparing for a nap, but not much else (unless she hasn't gotten me out of the bird room fast enough - then I call for Aaron, who is someone from my previous home). If you are looking for a pretty bird who won't make too much noise, I'm the perfect guy for you!
Notice: Due to the sometimes difficult nature of amazons, Mickaboo prefers that amazons not be a households' first parrot. If you intend to house an amazon, please research the following websites:
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