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Kiwi

Kiwi

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Kiwi

He is generally a good-natured, adventurous bird, but he can get bold and gently nip if he feels he is being ignored. Kiwi loves kisses and petting, baths in the sink, and company. He is very interactive and social. He is trained to go back into his cage at night, or when required (such as when we are leaving the house). He is used to living with a dog but can be annoying for other animals. He loves to try all sorts of food especially things he sees human are eating. Kiwi loves nuts, fruits, biscuits, toasts and similar on top of regular parrot food and treats. Likes: Generally he is free to be out of his cage and likes to watch all activities around him. Dislikes: New things. It might take him a day or so to even start on a new treat stick in his cage, but once he has accepted it, he will settle down fine. Hoovers, dust pans etc. or anything large being brought into the room will have him squawking loudly in complaint and flying about for a few seconds. He is just finishing his molt but soon he will look pretty again.

Kiwi is currently in the care of the.. ISPCA National Animal Centre

Derryglogher Lodge, Keenagh, Co. Longford.


ISPCA rescued dogs and puppies at the ISPCA National Animal Centre are fully vaccinated, treated for parasites,  micro-chipped, neutered/spayed (when of age) and we also offer six weeks free pet insurance. We ask for an adoption donation of €100 to help us cover some of our veterinary costs.

Cats and kittens at the National Animal Centre are fully vaccinated, treated for parasites, neutered/spayed (when of age), cat-flap and litter-trained.  We also offer six weeks free pet insurance. We ask for an adoption donation of €50 to help us cover some of our veterinary costs..

All ISPCA rescued equines at the National Animal Centre, Longford and our Equine Rescue Centre in Mallow are fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and have passports. Stallions and colts are gelded before being responsibly rehomed. We ask for a donation rather than a set amount to help us cover some of our veterinary costs.

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