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Date:9/18/2014 11:42:11 PM
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Hi Coco!!
Awww you're so pretty!!! My mom says if you want lovebirds, you have to give us lots of loving and handling everyday so we don't revert back to our wild nature. Usually, when lovebirds are paired up, we bond to our mates rather than our human parents. In our case, we are siblings, and Mom and Dad play with us every day, morning and again at night when they get home. They interact with us all the time. We don't have mates yet. We'll be 1 year old in January, and then she might find us some mates. Until then..we're just loveable bundles of feathers that love kisses, cuddling, and belly rubs!!! Most humans prefer to keep just one lovebird per cage if they want them as pets. That's not to say you can't have more than one in multiple cages as pets!! I hope my mom answered your question!! thanks so much for visiting us :) We love the attention!
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