The “Corry Club” is an exclusive one. After coming from the Humane Society in 2008 with no history, Corry defined what life in captivity can do to a parrot. He was unable to bond with other birds and had severe trust and mental health issues. People would duck and roll at the mention of his name. With years of work, Corry is a shadow of his former self. He now has numerous volunteers who adore him and consider themselves blessed to be loved by him.
Corry is a Bare-Eyed Cockatoo; a medium-size parrot whose costs for food, toys, and medicine are approximately $45 per month or $540 per year. To contribute, please click – every amount helps. Thanks!