Friday, 15 August 2014

Lost Jez

I've had a message from blog reader Matthew today asking for help in finding an escaped  runaway (or should that be flyaway) pet cockateil called Jez. Matthew said:
"My mother-in-law has been very unwell recently and the companionship of "Jez" has helped keep her spirits up. If she can`t be re-united with him she will be very upset and will miss him terribly.
Jez may be in the Pembury Avenue area. He is very friendly (landing on heads and shoulders) and whistles `blue is the colour`. (Not my fault !)"
Matthew and family would be very grateful and appreciative if anyone is able to help return him home. Please contact the blog on if you have any information and I will pass on the details...

Update (22nd August)

The blog is very pleased to report that Jez has been reunited with his owner. The person who found Jez and handed him into a vet happened to post a photo on facebook which was recognised by a blog reader and contact was made.

Matthew emailed the blog to say:
"Very pleased to confirm that this was Jez and he is now back home safe and sound.Thanks very much for your help!"
We love a happy ending!

7 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Adam said...

I had this happen to my Cockatiel Jarvis a few years ago so can totally empathise with how you feel.
It's very warm at the moment so in that regard chances that he will be ok are high.
It's worth checking with Pet's Place on the high street as they may have info from anybody who's possibly found him.
There is a gentleman on Buckland Way (sorry cannot remember the number) who takes in stray birds so it's worth checking with him also if possible.
Best of luck and I hope Jez is returned safely to you soon.

guestab said...

Hope it doesn't mate with the local Parakeets, as it may start whistling " green is the colour "
So lets hope it's found quickly !!!!!!

Tania said...

Great - it does look like him!!

Guest said...

WP Blog to the rescue!

Adam said...

I love a happy ending :)

Matthew said...

Pleased to confirm this was Jez and he has returned home today. Big thank you to all those involved in getting him back home safely. My mother-in-law (and Jez's "mum") is delighted! : - )

Tania said...

Hi Matthew - you are welcome - I met your mum in law today and I can see just how happy she was to have her dear bird back - once he was on her shoulder though he didn't want to get back in the box!!

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