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Shopping through AmazonSmile will help our flock at TGF.

What is AmazonSmile?

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets you enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to The Gabriel Foundation.

How does AmazonSmile work?

When first visiting AmazonSmile, you are prompted to select a charitable organization. This selection must be made so that your eligible purchases will be donated to The Gabriel Foundation!

Simply click here to go to AmazonSmile!

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Emory the African Grey

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We take a lot of care in matching birds with adopters, always looking for the just the right combination that we hope will ensure everyone's happiness. In some cases, it takes a little time to find just the perfect fit.

Gucci, a 20-year old Moluccan cockatoo, came to us from a situation where he was subjected to coercive training techniques that left him plucked and exhibiting a variety of fearful behaviors, particularly when approached by men. We've worked with him to eliminate most of those behaviors and he has become a happy, energetic cockatoo. However, we couldn't quite get him to the point where he was comfortable around men. So when Kathryn, Jenny, and their daughter Mikaela indicated that were interested in adopting a cockatoo, we thought that they may be a perfect match for him. They all hit it off immediately and, after several visits, Gucci went home this past weekend. We will miss you, Gucci, but wish you all the happiness in the world with your new family!
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We take a lot of care in matching birds with adopters, always looking for the just the right combination that we hope will ensure everyones happiness. In some cases, it takes a little time to find just the perfect fit. 

Gucci, a 20-year old Moluccan cockatoo, came to us from a situation where he was subjected to coercive training techniques that left him plucked and exhibiting a variety of fearful behaviors, particularly when approached by men.  Weve worked with him to eliminate most of those behaviors and he has become a happy,  energetic cockatoo.  However, we couldnt quite get him to the point where he was comfortable around men.  So when Kathryn, Jenny, and their daughter Mikaela indicated that were interested in adopting a cockatoo, we thought that they may be a perfect match for him.  They all hit it off immediately and, after several visits, Gucci went home this past weekend.  We will miss you, Gucci, but wish you all the happiness in the world with your new family!

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Yes! May this be the beginning of many happy tomorrows for Gucci and his new family.

Blessing to all and congratulations on your latest child, ladies!!!

Love Happy Beginnings❤️

Wonderful!

Yay Gucci!

Congratulations to all! What a wonderful match!!

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5 days ago

The Gabriel Foundation

Meet Noah, an older male Yellow-naped Amazon and his friend Avery, an older male Cockatiel. These two were found abandoned in a rental house by the owner of the property. Both of them were living in tiny cages, the bottom of each cage caked in feces. The owner of the property contacted us immediately upon her discovery. Luckily for us, she was able to care for them for a couple days so that we had time to find a way to transport them here. A couple days later, a staff member made the trip from Elizabeth to Salida.

Both birds are now safe with TGF and receiving the care they need. They received intake exams two weeks ago and will soon be available for adoption. So far we know that Noah is very food motivated and says 'Hi Noah' in a soft voice. You can see from the picture, he also has a ruptured air sac below his neck. This doesn't not hurt him in any way, it's likely just an annoyance to him.

If you are interested in adopting either of these handsome boys, fill out our adoption application www.thegabrielfoundation.org/adoption
If you can't adopt, consider sponsoring their care while they are here.
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Meet Noah, an older male Yellow-naped Amazon and his friend Avery, an older male Cockatiel.  These two were found abandoned in a rental house by the owner of the property.  Both of them were living in tiny cages, the bottom of each cage caked in feces. The owner of the property contacted us immediately upon her discovery. Luckily for us, she was able to care for them for a couple days so that we had time to find a way to transport them here. A couple days later, a staff member made the trip from Elizabeth to Salida.

Both birds are now safe with TGF and receiving the care they need. They received intake exams two weeks ago and will soon be available for adoption. So far we know that Noah is very food motivated and says Hi Noah in a soft voice. You can see from the picture, he also has a ruptured air sac below his neck. This doesnt not hurt him in any way, its likely just an annoyance to him. 

If you are interested in adopting either of these handsome boys, fill out our adoption application www.thegabrielfoundation.org/adoption
If you cant adopt, consider sponsoring their care while they are here.

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Ankita

Thank you for taking them in..There are so many people out there that would love to have them why just abandon them..What is wrong with people..Parrots or any animal aren't a loving family member out of connivence...if you would just abandon a defenseless animal what type of person are you

I hope someone adopts them together. Sounds like might have been together for a long time.

Thank you and the owner of the property for giving them the love and care they deserve --sweet Noah and Avery good luck to you in your new lives !

I hate people......karma will find its way around :(

So thankful that they look so good after their neglect.

Thank you. Why are humans so cruel! 😪

thank you for all that you do!

Ill take them!! I WANT THEM! what do I need to do?

Bless their hearts

Penny Elkins look at this cockatiel !

I am so glad they were rescued. My Patagonian was found in a rental after some tenants were evicted.

Hope they get adopted together. Thank you guys for all you do!

So happy you found them! Glad to know they're in good hands. Hope they find a forever home soon. <3

wish I had more money to spare, but I have 8 adopted as rescue birds of my own - love all birds so much

I want the green one so bad

So glad they are safe now

😘😍🙏

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