***Please only contact me if you are in NJ / NY area***
Daisy came from New Jersey breeder last year May 2019. She is year and a half. My sister brought it for my niece but my mom and I ended up taking care of Daisy. My mom thought it was temporary; she’s 80 yrs. old and it’s very difficult for her to take care of Daisy in our small townhouse. I am basically taking care of Daisy while working from home. I have to return back to work next month and I work long hours.... (read more)
That being said, we do not want Daisy to be in cage all day. Daisy is very affectionate and a good bird. She will sense your emotions. If you speak loudly, she will start speaking loud as well( in her language). This only happens when my sister comes home, otherwise home is very quiet - which has it's pros and cons. We are little boring for Daisy. We taught her to say “step-up” and couple of Hindi words. If she is happy, she will kiss your face. She rarely bites but whenever she does, it doesn’t hurt – it’s out of excitement. She loves watching TV with mom and I in the living room. We feed her broccoli, carrots, apples, seeds, and peanuts. I change her water two to three times a day and clean her cage every night before putting her to bed around 9ish…in winter she sleeps early. I do let her fly in our small house (wish we lived in a big house somewhere in suburbs where Daisy would fly and my mom would not need to worry about her coming to the kitchen).
About myself: I’m connected to Daisy spiritually. I meditate next to her when she is relaxed. I want her to be happy and perhaps have a companion bird. Also, I don’t want my mother to be unhappy. I care about all sentient beings and all living entities. It’s very important to me that Daisy is happy with her new owner.
I would like the new owner to also live in tr-state area so I can physically meet them and introduce Daisy. Prior to that we can introduce you to Daisy on Skype or Face Time. No way I am giving you Daisy in our first meeting. It’s about her finding a good home. We will do a full check up/examination of Daisy from her doctor before you meet with Daisy. Daisy is my first pet – I use to feed street dogs in India but never domesticated them. I do not believe in domesticating parrots but now that we humans have already done the damage, we better take care of them. They will be unable to survive in the wild now... ( this is my perspective, do not take it personal)
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