Lost Bird Budgie from Ladbroke Grove, London Greater London W10
This lost Budgie Bird was last seen around Ladbroke Grove, London Greater London W10
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She is predominantly pale blue ("powder-blue") in colour and with a mix of white and greyish feathers. She went mising from Oxford Gardens, Ladbroke Grove W10 5QU area on Saturday 1st August at approximately 1pm. Something must have spooked her and it appears she managed to squeeze her out of the window and flew away. No sightings have been seen of her since. Pleeeeeeease help me find her and reunite her with her male companion who is completely heartbroken without her!!!!!!!
She is very light blue in colour (powder-blue) and has a mix of white and delicate grey feathers. She is of average shape and size and has a very gentle but nervous disposition. She is untame and not used to being handled. She will be missing her male counterpart very much.
|Missing since||01 Aug 2020|
|Approx age||1 year|
|Pet Listing ID||95795|
The following found pets are matches to this lost bird, these were listed on the lost bird register after this pet has gone missing.
|#||Possible Found Pet Matches||Date Listed|
|96283||Found Bird Budgie from Tooting Greater London SW17||12 Sep 2020|
|96027||Found Bird Budgie from Acton Greater London W3||18 Aug 2020|
|95765||Found Bird Budgie from London Greater London E15||02 Aug 2020|
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