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Wings Of Hope A Nj Nonprofit Organization

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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animal-Related, Animals, Bird Sanctuaries, Wildlife Sanctuaries

Mission: Mission StatementWings of Hope-NJ prides itself on finding loving, experienced adoptive homes for unwanted, abused, neglected and abandoned exotics.... from birds to small critters. We believe that all animals deserve the highest quality care, love and respect, and that owners should have access to the most current bird information possible. Unwanted exotics are accepted at WOH-NJ, and in turn are adopted out to qualified applicants.We are a nonprofit, volunteer organization established in 2000. We are dedicated to assisting owners in finding new, loving homes for their animals when they can no longer care for them. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.Our Goals are to:Educate persons interested in the proper care of exotic pets.Rehabilitate and correct behavioral problems resulting from neglect andabuse.Find "forever" homes for displaced exotics with persons who understand and respect the animal for its uniqueness.To help exotics remain in their homes, whenever possible, throughbehavior modification and education.To educate the public about their proper care and their place in thewild.To continue working with animal welfare organizations in an effort toensure that every exotic in captivity has a safe and loving home.

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I wanted to adopt this beautiful double yellow magna amazon parrot named Soleil that I found on petfinder.com Unfortunately, the organization's foster host thwarted every effort I made to visit the bird. The bird is kept in a dark, cramped computer room with various other birds including a Macaw. They have no source of sunlight and their primarily source of light comes from the radioactive glare of a computer screen. Below, is the account of the events that took place: 1. 4/3/10 - Appointment made to visit Soleil on 4/4/10. Voicemail and E-mail response to request for address disregarded. 2. 4/410 - Cancellation 3. 4/10/10 - 1 hour Visit arranged. Agreement to visit Soleil on 4/17 made, to which, I was later blamed by the host for his lost business opportunity. 4. 4/15/10 - Called to confirm 4/17 visit. Left voicemail. Call was returned merely to verify my identity. 5. 4/17/10 - Last minute cancellation 6. 4/18/10: 1st request to Foster Host, Maurice, that I would like to see the bird for a 2nd visit on Saturday afternoon or any time Sunday. To which, I was asked to resubmit my request on

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