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Appeal to reunite stray budgie with owner

a yellow budgie in a cage

We are trying to reunite a stray budgie with their owner after the lost bird flew in to a window on 23 October.

The bird was initially spotted on St Mungo’s Wynd, Alloa but escaped before we could attend. The budgie then flew in to a window on Grange Road, Alloa where the bird was contained.

Scottish SPCA inspector Nicola Liddell said, “Despite the dramatic end to the adventure, and after a quick visit to the vet, the budgie thankfully only appears to be a little bruised and stunned from hitting the window.

“The finder dropped the bird in to the nearby National Wildlife Rescue Centre and the budgie was then taken to our Lanarkshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

“The bird is a lovely, friendly bird who has obviously been well handled and we’re sure someone must be missing their pet.

The budgie is yellow and has coloured plastic rings on both legs but there are no numbers on the rings.

“We’d really like to reunite the budgie with their owner so they can get back home where they belong.

“If anyone recognises this budgie they should call our animal helpline on 03000 999 999.”




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