Lost Bird Budgie from Preston / Chorley / Bamber Bridge Lancashire PR5
This lost Budgie Bird was last seen around Preston / Chorley / Bamber Bridge Lancashire PR5
Reward Available for Safe Return
Blu is around 2 years old. On Friday 3rd July at around 5pm he has escaped through the back door which was ajar. He and his companion Sky have an open cage throughout the day they freely fly and never venture out of the living room. Unfortunately on this occasion Blu did.
He was last seen in a tree on Tunley Holme / Great Greens Lane Clayton Brook when he flew off in the direction of Longacre / Seven Acres / Acrefield / Three Nooks .
It was lightly raining and I presume he would of struggled to fly much further than these streets.
He has left his companion Sky, who is missing him very much. She is still looking around and calling for him.
Blu is friendly and tame. He would not bite or peck if picked up. He is very vocal and likes to sing from morning to night.
We have had a upsetting weekend searching for Blu around the village with no luck.
He means alot to our family and is missed very much.
Im only hoping some kind person has picked him up and kept him safe for us.
Blue has a "toe" missing on his left foot.
He has a Blue breast with White wings.
He is tame and wont bite or peck if picked up.
|Missing since||03 Jul 2020|
|Approx age||2 years|
|Pet Listing ID||95418|
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