Lucy

Indian Ringneck
Age or Hatch Date: Possibly hatched 1997

Gender: Female

Best qualities: Low maintenance, mostly easy going.

Favorite food: Almonds and walnuts. Awesome eater of fresh foods.

Favorite toys: Anything she can shred. She likes paper cups, finger traps and piñatas. 

Challenges/Quirks: She is reliably very nippy. Care needs to be taken so she won't lay eggs.

Gets along with other birds: Get's along well with Ricky.

Gets along with dogs: Very afraid of them.

Gets along with cats: Unknown

Gets along with kids: Unknown

Dowel or Step Up trained: She will step up but may nip you in the process. She mostly comes out and goes back into her cage on her own.

Vocabulary: No words, but has a very sweet call. 

Known health issues: Occasional egg laying.

Other comments: Must be adopted with Ricky.

Last updated: 3/17/2019

Ricky

Indian Ringneck
Age or Hatch Date: Possibly hatched 1997

Gender: Male

Best qualities: Low maintenance, mostly easy going.

Favorite food: Almonds and walnuts. Awesome eater of fresh foods too!

Favorite toys: Piñata type toys to chew apart.

Challenges/Quirks: Can be a bit nippy at times. Can be hard to get him back in his cage.

Gets along with other birds: He loves Lucy. Gets along with another bird in the foster home as well.

Gets along with dogs: Scared of them.

Gets along with cats: Unknown

Gets along with kids: Unknown

Dowel or Step Up trained: Knows to step-up on finger.

Vocabulary: Cheeps, "Come here," "here," "Rick," occasionally says “here kitty kitty,” kisses, and wolf whistles.

Known health issues: None.

Other comments: Must be adopted with Lucy.

Last updated: 3/17/2019

Ricky and Lucy are a beautiful bonded pair that need to be adopted together but they live in separate cages.  We believe that they were both hatched in 1997.

Lucy and Ricky love each other as long as Ricky is a gentleman and keeps his distance. If he gets too close, Lucy will let him know. However, if they can't see each other they make their unhappiness known.

Ricky is chatty, funny and enjoys interacting with you. He will step up, give kisses and cat call.

Lucy is shy but is starting to come out of her shell. She sings a happy song now and then but doesn't say any words. She will step up when she wants to. She will come to the front of the cage to get a treat. Lucy is terrified of dogs and will need to go to a dog free home.

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