Below is an email from Storm’s owner, Jeanne, to me. I thought you’d all love to hear about Storm and how to keep in touch with his progress at home with his owners from now on!
“Storm heard your voice on the phone when I was talking to you tonight. Right now I have his cage next to my desk during daytime hours. He was so excited to hear your voice, but he wasn’t sure where you were. He kept looking at the back door waiting for you to come in.
John had tears in his big mushy eyes when Storm let him kiss his beak. This just was never possible before. Storm would take whatever John offered him and shred it, then drop it to the bottom of the cage. When John offered to scratch Storm's head, Storm puffed his feathers and leaned into Johns hand and turned his head as if to say, “oh, right here, and you missed a spot dude”. It was terrific.
We will keep you posted. I asked Sheri to charge up the flip video camera and I hope to get some video of John and Sheri with Storm over the weekend. I will attempt to upload it so you guys can see it for yourself. It is so amazing to see Storm accept others.”
Thanks and Love to you both,
Jeanne and Storm
To visit with Storm and see his progress, visit his youtube account.
Jamieleigh Womach has been working with parrots and toucans since the age of 17. She isn’t homeless but is home less than she prefers to be. She travels the world with her husband, daughter, and a flockful of parrots with whom she shares the stage.