Help an old Victorian caged cockatoo?

Subject: Help an old Victorian caged cockatoo?
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 23:09:45 -0800 (PST)
I think I could find your liccle cocky a home Mike :^D

Sorry Russell I'll behave with decorum .... please
read on Macduff.


My ward councillor has just asked if I can help find a
home for a cockatoo which has been in captivity for
ages. It's about 30 years old and he would like it to
go somewhere where it could fly properly. But clearly
it can't be dumped in the wild.

Anyone with suggestions can have the whole sad story!

If they want!

Give me the whole sad story please as I could easily
find a home for him? or her? I think? One of my local
posties has just lost an 88 year old Galah .... Jack
and Judy are doing fine though .... or so I was told
as I posted off two parcels this am to Queensland ....
then realised I had forgotten to put my letter in
either parcel. The main reason for posting the second
parcel? a real bird brain eh :^D gotta love these new
tablets ...

JAG Der Whag
Many thanks,
Michael Norris

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