Faith to journey as God leads into unknown territories and situations. Where am I going?
|1/20/2020 Bonnie my Blue-headed Pionus Parrot left this earth for her heavenly home. Holly, my Congo African Grey parrot and I miss Bonnie very much. She was a wonderful family member, friend, and companion.
This has been extremely difficult for Holly because they were bonded and kept each other company. This bonding was not like a bonded pair who were raising chicks. They were very, very close, the best of the best friends kind of bonding together.
My focus has been on Holly because she is struggling. Sadly Holly isn't eating well, she's been kinda down and seems sad. African Grey parrots are highly intelligent birds. They live within a flock family, have bonding friendships, mates, and social life. Their diet is varied veggies and fruit plus some protein. My focus is on doing everything I can to get Holly interested in eating and being active so that she doesn't have time to think about her loss so much. Parrots have a grieving period. I want here to have this but not to excess or to the point where she risks her life.
As soon as she is doing better, and hopefully, as soon as I find another companion bird for her, I will switch more of my attention to WDC and the activities which are near and dear to my heart.
Does anyone know of a parrot preferably a Congo African Grey, who needs a home?
Safe travels and many blessings.