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Caspian and Lady Bee (married couple)   

In shelter Bird

Chicago, IL, 60611
Pet name:
Caspian and Lady Bee (married couple)
As a Holle Cropper cross, Caspian can inflate his crop to massive balloon status when he is excited - which Caspian will have everyone know is almost always! ;-) Caspian was found with a fractured wing in the backyard of a kind lady who thought he was an unusual city pigeon... As a domestic fancy pigeon (Caspian says very very fancy, tyvm!) Caspian is of course unable to survive in the wild after his recovery, so we are very glad his rescuer contacted Great Lakes Pigeon Rescue! We well remember how when Caspian first arrived, all the lady pigeons were swooning! But only one beauty, Lady Bee, won Caspian’s heart at first glance. Lady Bee is the epitome of grace and elegance. Her gentle, quiet nature is the perfect match for Lord Caspian’s flashy style and extroverted personality! While Caspian is nonflighted and Lady Bee is able to fly up to higher perches in the home, they communicate beautifully so that they are always in eyesight of each other. Together, Caspian and Bee love to play with their toys (with Royal poise, of course), splash in their bath (also royally!), and relax with their human friends. Lord Caspian and Lady Bee will certainly bring lots of regal cuteness, love, and amusement to their adoptive home!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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