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Update: Phase 2 Reopening Now in Effect in Kitsap County

Port Orchard Parrots Plus Remains Open for Business!

As you may already know, Washington Governor Jay Inslee issued a statewide Stay Home Order on March 23, 2020 due to the #COVID19 (#Coronavirus) pandemic. The Governors office has implemented a new Risk Assessment Dashboard as well as a Phased Reopening Chart to keep us all informed of the metrics he is using to determine when and where to ease restrictions.

As a pet supply retailer, Port Orchard Parrots Plus is considered an “essential” business and we remain open during normal business hours (Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.).  Online sales of EVERY type of pet product (including products for dogs, cats, reptiles, amphibians, small pets, large animals (including livestock) and more) are still available 24/7/365 here at POPARROTS.COM

Free Delivery Available

As we announced previously we are still offering free delivery every day to addresses in the Port Orchard area and at least one day a week in surrounding communities.  There is a minimum purchase requirement ($25) for free deliveries however we will deliver smaller orders for a small fee based on your location.  Just add the items you want to your shopping cart, enter your address on the checkout page, and it will tell you what (if any) the cost will be.

Bird Boarding and Daycare Still Available

Bird Grooming is Now Available Again (under Phase 2 Reopening)

Boarding and daycare services are still available as usual.

Parrot Rescue & Sanctuary

Animal shelters are also considered essential during this crisis, so volunteers are still permitted to come in to help take care of the parrots.  Visitors are welcome however we ask that you refrain from handling any birds other than your own to prevent creating another point of contact for transmission of the virus.  The store remains open to customers and volunteers.

As you may well imagine, the cost of caring for our parrots continues whether your visits are allowed or not.  We are desperately in need of your donations – now more than ever – to help feed and care for our flock.  If you are able, please donate something to help with this.  Every little bit helps, so whether it’s volunteer help or cash donations – we thank you!

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