Companion Parrots Re-Homed
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Macaws


Kahlua Cosmo Gabby
Meeko Scarlet macaw scarlet macaw


Kahlua is a female Hahn's Macaw, who's about 12 years old. She's lived at CPR since 2008, when she was surrendered with her "brother" Carpe (Blue Crowned Conure) because their owner didn't have time for them. They were adopted for a short while, but returned when their owners had to move. This little gal may not have all her feathers, and requires some supplemental heat, but she's not missing any personality. Kahlua is wonderfully trained and can play basketball, push toy cars across the table and has started to recognize colors. She can even do animal impressions. Carpe and Kahlua must be adopted together and are looking for a loving home where they can be safe and happy. Watch Video
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Cosmo is a 13 year old, male, Severe Macaw who is seeking a new home. Unfortunately, he started plucking after his owners divorced last year. Cosmo preferred his female owner, but stepped up for both of them and loved being out of his cage all day. Cosmo will laugh with you if you tell him something funny! Watch Video


Gabby is a female Scarlet Macaw who's at least eight years old. She was originally found living in awful conditions, and was placed in a foster home for several years to help build her confidence. Now Gabby is ready to spread her wings and is available for adoption at CPR. She prefers men and says "hello" to them in a deep voice, but she'll interact with women as well. Gabby is a very mellow bird and takes treats/food very gently from your fingers. Watch Video


Meeko is an unknown age Catalina macaw. He was attacked by a raccoon six years ago and is missing his feet. He is able move around well and uses his beak to climb. He is very vocal and is a great talker. He's looking for a special home where he can get the attention he deserves. Watch Video


Scarlet #1 & #2 are of unknown age and both birds are male. Both birds are great eaters, very friendly and love attention; they have both stepped up for their quarantine home, and will be great additions to any household. These two scarlets are a bonded pair, and must be adopted together. Watch Video