Cloud F (+ Shadow + Banana)

Bird ID: 6902
Species: Parakeet
Sex: Female
Sub-Species: Standard Budgie
Health Status: Healthy
Good with Children: Unknown
Well Socialized: Unknown
Currently in Foster Care
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Hi, I`m Cloud. I was surrendered with my pals by someone who couldn`t take care of us anymore. We are definitely a flock and need to stay together. We rely on each other, and even though there are multiple food bowls in our cage, we all eat together at a large food tray. I`m not afraid to use my body to push everyone out of my way - watching us maneuver for space on that one tray is daily entertainment for our foster family! We came to Mickaboo eating only seed (boo for our health!) and have already made a full transition to Rowdy Bush pellets! We love broccoli, spinach, celery, brussels sprouts, carrot strips, strawberries & pineapple. We have ignored the bath bowl but mostly enjoy spritzes with the spray bottle. For me, it depends on my mood; I`ll generally tolerate two or three spritzes before climbing to the other side of the cage.

Did I mention that I am the queen of my little flock? I am top bird and very food motivated. We used to get fed only seed, so I am a little chubbier than is healthy for me. My foster parent wishes I`d fly more to exercise, but I insist on either climbing everywhere or jumping. I like jumping down and cleaning up leftover tidbits of food on the cage floor. Shadow is clearly my man, and though we all interact, it is Shadow that i call to and want to be near. We are fine with dogs who don`t get too close and who scavenge the seeds scattered around our cage. Our little flock would love a forever home together - might you be able to bring us home?
In nature, parakeets (budgerigars) live in large flocks. A single bird in a cage spends much of his/her life being lonely because humans have things they must do that take them away. We therefore will only adopt a single parakeet to a household if there is already at least one parakeet living there. Otherwise, parakeets must be adopted in groups of two or more.