Companion Parrots Re-Homed
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Lovebirds


Casper & Candy Corn Chamomile


Keemun Darjeeling & Tulsi Oolong & Chai


Lapsang Sencha


Casper & Candy Corn are a pair of female Lovebirds of unknown age. These birds were recently evacuated from the path of Hurricane Florence, and are now looking for a new home. Casper and Candy Corn are best friends, and must be adopted together. They love to play with new toys and they always have lots to chatter about. Watch Video


Chamomile & Keemun are a pair of lovebirds; their age is unknown. These sweet little birds are best friends, and must be adopted together. Keemun is the shier of the two, but Chamomile is bringing him out of his shell. Do you have room in your life for a true pair of lovebirds? Watch Video of Chamomile | Watch Video of Keemun


Darjeeling & Tulsi are a pair of lovebirds; age unknown. They are best friends and must be adopted together. They can be a little shy, but are quickly learning to make new friends. These sweet birds would make fantastic companions for someone for smaller birds. Watch Video


Oolong & Chai are female lovebirds of unknown age. These sweet girls will melt your heart with their cute antics and funny personalities. They are best friends, and must be adopted together. Do you have room for a pair of lovebirds in your home? Watch Video

Lapsang is a female lovebird of unknown age. She is a very chatty bird with lots of energy. She prefers the company of people to other birds, so she's not currently looking for a cage mate. Lapsang would make a fantastic companion for someone looking for a small bird with a big personality. Come in and meet her! Watch Video


Sencha is a male lovebird of unknown age. This sweet boy is pretty laid back, and loves hanging out with his lovebird buddies. He needs to be adopted with some friends, so he won't be lonely. Come and meet Sencha and the other wonderful lovebirds at CPR. Watch Video