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PostSubject: lost in leeds   Mon Aug 10, 2009 7:32 pm

Hi there. I'm absolutely devastated, Jasmine (my African Grey) escaped
10 days ago in the Leeds 12 area. We've leafletted the area, ie shops,
pubs, parks, etc. We've rung the RSPCA, all the vets and pet shops in
the area, you name it we've rung it.

I've had her since she
was 15 weeks old and she's now 4 years old. One of her favourite
sayings is "Esure car insurance.com". When she's scared or feels
threatened she says my name but I've been told if she's out of her
comfort zone it's unlikely that she'll speak and might not even eat.
I'm so worried about her and keep getting these horrible visions that
she's no longer alive.

I've got this massive hole in my
tummy, can't eat or function properly. To top that I caught some local
youths tearing down our leaflets and got a right load of abuse when I
challenged them. I'm also now getting nasty hoax phone calls about
her.

We are so upset, we love Jasmine so very much - we don't
have any children, she's our baby. I've heard some owners get them
back but I don't think we're going to be that lucky. Any advice or
guidance anyone can offer would be very much appreciated.

How far can they fly?

Wendy

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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Tue Aug 11, 2009 2:16 am

oh no,
i dont know leeds to well my self, wheres the leeds 12 area? i know loads of people scattered about leeds so i will let them all know, to keep an eye out

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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Tue Aug 11, 2009 2:26 am

Thanks Pete.. I will ask her for more information and post back
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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Tue Aug 11, 2009 2:38 am

I've pm'd her via the other forum..when (if) she replies I will post back here. Lets try and get this poor bird home
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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:56 am

This bird has now been found..

here is the owner's reply cross posted..

Hi All,

Ever given up hope on something? Ever felt so down that life couldn't get any worse??

I did, after my baby went missing for 11 days, my boss committed suicide and being signed off work with suspected angina - my baby came home. Words cannot express how I felt, I was so happy I couldn't stop crying.

There was article in the Yorkshire Evening Post on Saturday 15th August with a vidoe of the interview, take a look........

http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/VIDEO-Flyaway-parrot39s-love-of.5557546.jp

She's none worse for her little holiday. However, after having the freedom to fly wherever she wanted her flying is much more confident now, therefore, we're being extra careful with closing doors. She's to be chipped, tagged, clipped and stamped now!!! Stamped?? You may say...this is something that racing pidgeon owners do - they stamp inside of the feathers with their telephone number, the stamp costs £8 all together, that includes p&p, want to know more?? Email me and I'll give you the details.

Wendy x"
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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:19 am

What a lovely happy ending

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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Thu Aug 20, 2009 11:15 am


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PostSubject: Re: lost in leeds   Thu Aug 20, 2009 7:47 pm

this is great! ...never heard of the stamping, something worth looking into for sure! Very Happy

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