30 exotic parrots seized from Georgetown home
By Amy Cherry

One of the parrots seized by the KentCo SPCA. (Photo from KentCo SPCA)
The Kent County SPCA seizes 30 exotic parrots that were all being kept in tiny cages in a Georgetown home.

The SPCA says some of the gorgeous birds have their feathers plucked and their damage to their beaks from stress.

Officials say this wasn't a case of animal hoarding, but rather a kind-hearted individual who had been trying to care for the birds, but fell on hard times.

Some of the birds are already up for adoption. But if you're considering adopting a parrot, the SPCA wants you to know it's a lifelong commitment. Parrots often live to be 80 years old.





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