Welcome Bird Lovers, Welcome Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue Members and Supporters

I am happy to announce today  that I am supporting  Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue Organization I want my company to have socks that give back to the community.

So in honor of my decision I have dedicated a complete Product Page on Socks by My Foot Fetish  as Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue Socks   Here you will find socks with Parrots on them as well as other birds.  Some are real birds and some are for play but all when purchased a small portion will go to Mickaboo.   As my online store grows I hope to increase my donations accordingly.

In my article written and posted here:  Birds of Paradise, Sock Art  was the first time I had learned about Mickaboo and what they do with birds and for birds.

I learned about the Parrots of Telegraph Hill in San Francisco from a friend of mine who took the photos and then  sent them to me along with the U-tube video.  Here is his link:  http://www.fototaker.net    I am a research nerd and delved more deeply into the Parrots of Telegraph Hill.  That is when I stumbled upon the U-tube video of the Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue Organization and found that they helped the Parrots of Telegraph Hill.  Some of the dangers are:

  • They have an unknown neurological disease that makes them too dizzy to perch or fly. They get ill, are unable to keep up with the flock or to eat, and they fall to the ground.
  • They suffer injuries from predators or in other ways.
  • Fledglings crash and break a wing, a leg or their spine.

and once these occur they cannot stay in the wild any longer.  The Mickaboo volunteers pick up the parrots and try to nurse them back to health and then since they cannot be released back into the wild population find someone to adopt them.

This is the Raison d’être for Mickaboo.  Along with these Parrots they have many more birds that they take in and care for and foster until someone adopts them.  Check out the list of birds they help!



See all African Greys 

See all Amazons 

See all Caiques 

See all Cockatiels 
See all Cockatoos 
See all Conures 
See all Eclectus 
See all Finches and Canaries 
See all Lorikeets 
See all Lovebirds 
See all Macaws 
See all Other, Rare 
See all Parakeets 
See all Parrotlets 
See all Pionus 
See all Pigeons and Doves 
See all Poicephalus (Brown Headed, Senegal, Jardines, Meyers) 
See all Ringnecks 

See all Rosellas

Notice: Mickaboo serves primarily the northern California area. Although we may deal with southern CA or out-of-state adopters in certain circumstances, our ability to do so is extremely limited due to volunteer availability. Mickaboo does not ship birds due to health, safety and well-being concerns. Please see this page for a list of rescues in your area:

I am extremely happy to help in a small way to provide for these birds.  I hope with the reading of my articles you will learn and enjoy finding out about such great people and an organization exists to help adopt birds, they also help train people in the care of birds.  I believe this is extremely helpful prior to even adopting a bird.

For more information please click on the links provided.

Once you read this please leave a comment and let me know what you thought of it.  Was it informative?  Did you enjoy it?  Did you know about the birds in San Francisco before you read this article?  Would you like to know more about Mickaboo?  Would you like more pictures of the birds?

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About acfenstermaker

I am a self-employed owner of All My Fetishes, My Foot Fetish, which is the parent company of www.socksbymyfootfetish.com. It is an online store that I started in May 2011. It came online in December and I am writing articles about socks and feet. I also come across other things of importance in doing research for my articles which I love to share. I hope you like the things I will write about. Also, I have two teenage boys with Autism which is also dear to my heart and will post important things about this as well.
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