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!!!Need FOSTER ASAP!!! FOUND: CT, Lebanon, Cockatiel, Aug. 20. 07

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  • hopkinsus
    Cross-Posted from 911 Parrot Alert: The found owner in Lebanon, CT emailed the 911 Parrot alert volunteer--They stated cannot keep the bird. Lebanon is approx
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 22, 2007
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      Cross-Posted from 911 Parrot Alert:

      The found owner in Lebanon, CT emailed the 911 Parrot alert
      volunteer--They stated cannot keep the bird.

      Lebanon is approx 30 miles outside of Hartford.

      Please reply if you can foster this bird! We ask that a foster
      parront keeps the bird for a **minimum** of one month to give us a
      chance to find the owners.

      The cockatiel was found August 20th.

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      Prev 911PA Message #30133
      FOUND: CT, Lebanon, Cockatiel, Aug. 20. 07

      Country: USA
      State: Connecticut
      City: Lebanon
      Breed: Cockatiel
      Color: dark grey body, yellow head, orange cheeks
      Date Found: August 20, 2007
      Location Found (streets): Bush Hill Road
      Zip Code Found: 06249
      Banded?: no
      Checked for Microchip with vet?: no
      Common Saying:
      Distinguishing Characteristics:
      Medical Issues Observed:
      Finder Name: Tina Gavlick
      Finder Phone: 860.423.4785
      Finder Email: [rpeck1 @ mindspring.com]
      Comments: was hungry, looks healthy

      From: "Antony R."
      Date: Mon, Aug 20, 2007 6:38 pm
      To: lostbirds@...


      Carefully read the posting and respond to the appropriate person...

      When Cross Posting please include "X posted from 911 Parrot Alert".
      Often times in the forwarding process email addys are NOT
      complete....then no ones know where to get the complete address...It
      will be in our database..

      For information on birds LOST in the USA and Canada, please go to
      http://www.petharbor.com Enter your zip code to obtain listings of
      shelters and FOUND Birds.
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