Calypso had a lot of behavioral issues when she first arrived in her new home. She had been through so much, and was very anxious and skittish due to her abusive past.
"She was not real sure about who to trust, but still very sweet," Freeman said. "She was scared to step up onto hands and would only get onto a shoulder. She would squawk and run if any hands were put by her."
Slowly though, Calypso realized that she was finally safe in her new home, and began to heal. Calypso has since been with Freeman's family for around twenty years. Today, Freeman is all grown up with children of her own, and Calypso loves every new family member she meets.