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Coventry woman's plea for help to find lost parrot...

Postby dutchman » Sun Oct 25, 2020 9:28 pm

He flew away yesterday and has not been seen since

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A woman from Coventry is appealing for help to find a missing parrot.

Mary Saghir lives in the Radford area of the city and contacted CoventryLive after her Quaker parrot, Baby, took flight yesterday (October 24).

She is concerned for his well-being and is offering a £30 reward for anyone who can find him.

She said: "He flew away yesterday at 2pm in Radford near Blackwatch Road.

"He responds to his name which is Baby.

"If anyone has any information can you contact us on 07505916358. We're offering a £30 reward for anyone who can find him."

Mary explains they have had Baby since he was only three months old.

She added: "Usually he knows his way back but because of the wind he got scared."

Coventry and Warwickshire were battered with heavy winds and rain yesterday.

A photo of Baby is attached to this story - Mary is asking anyone who may have seen him to get in touch with her.

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Re: Coventry woman's plea for help to find lost parrot...

Postby dutchman » Sun Oct 25, 2020 9:31 pm

She might want to try looking in the Sky Blues' dressing room, I heard they were all sick as a parrot last night?
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Postby rebbonk » Mon Oct 26, 2020 1:03 am

dutchman wrote:She might want to try looking in the Sky Blues' dressing room, I heard they were all sick as a parrot last night?

:lol:

There's another parrot been missing for a couple of weeks from the Radford/Longford area. The owner is offering a £1000 reward!
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Postby Melisandre » Mon Oct 26, 2020 1:08 pm

I suggest they look over Longford park Rebbonk if you know the person as there are lots of parakeets over there . There is one that comes and sits in the tree top of my garden from the grave yard occasionally. Or look in the Red Hills .
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Postby Melisandre » Mon Oct 26, 2020 1:10 pm

dutchman wrote:She might want to try looking in the Sky Blues' dressing room, I heard they were all sick as a parrot last night?



:hysterical:
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Postby rebbonk » Mon Oct 26, 2020 1:56 pm

Melisandre wrote:I suggest they look over Longford park Rebbonk if you know the person as there are lots of parakeets over there . There is one that comes and sits in the tree top of my garden from the grave yard occasionally. Or look in the Red Hills .


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Postby dutchman » Mon Oct 26, 2020 3:39 pm

Melisandre wrote:I suggest they look over Longford park Rebbonk if you know the person as there are lots of parakeets over there . There is one that comes and sits in the tree top of my garden from the grave yard occasionally.


That would explain why there are no aspirin tablets left in Longford, the parrots eat 'em all! :hysterical:
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