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We have a beautiful, very loving and playful 6 month old cinammon green cheek conure that we need to find a new home for.
He is a wonderful bird and loves to play and cuddle. He has a cute personality, and enjoys being chased and chasing toys or fingers during play (he especially likes these little cat toy wands we have). He'll even pretend to fall over and dramatically fling his wing over his face when you get him, then pop back up and come chase you while laughing. He likes going for walks outside (wings are clipped and he just cuddles on my neck while we walk). He's been semi-potty trained (he will go potty on command if I take him to the sink right after taking him out of his cage, which prevents any issues while out). Unfortunately, he's a bit too noisy for my work-from-home husband, and has been disruptive on important business calls. Most of the time he's quiet, or just chatters to himself, but when he's ready for some "human time" he lets you know.
He has a big cage on it's own stand with a shelf at the bottom for supplies. The cage is full of toys and different kinds of perches, a millet holder, a bath, a fleece "bed" and tent for him to cuddle up in at night,etc. He also has a huge roll of unprinted newspaper for lining his cage, cleaner, food (a blend of high quality pellet and seed mix), treats, a voice recorder to teach him custom phrases, and a play stand with bowls and a toy attached. He also has a smaller travel cage, complete with food and water dishes, perches, and toys. He actually seems to really enjoy car rides and trips to visit family.
His cinnamon coloration is very pretty. He's not as dark as a traditional green cheek conure and the colors in his wings are more along the lines of beautiful, deep pastel shades (still the jewel tones, but softer).
He is definitely not afraid of other animals. He's extremely curious, and never seems to get scared. We have two cats and he is constantly trying to lure them closer to the cage to play. He was the same way with my parents' big German Shepherd.
I say "he" in all of this, but I actually don't know his gender. These birds need a DNA test to determine whether they're male or female and I never thought it would be necessary to know, since he's our only bird. We bought him from a very reputable breeder/shop that caters to birds only. If you're local they are exceptionally reasonable for grooming. We brought him home as soon as he was weaned and he has been exceptionally well cared for and is very healthy, though probably a little spoiled.
He loves apples and blueberries and would like nothing more than an owner or family that would want to spend lots of time with him (he'd be out all day if he could, but as I mentioned, we have cats).
We are asking $250 for him and another $250 for all of his supplies (large cage on stand with a variety of perches and toys, travel cage, play stand, and all of the other supplies mentioned, plus more I'm sure I'm forgetting).