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Old 08-18-2019, 02:18 AM
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Sure hope that you bring home Peanut Sandy....
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Old 08-18-2019, 01:12 PM
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Some folks suggest bringing the cage outside with food and water. Seek permission if Peanut is in a specific area. Being on scene at first light while she is hungry might be good strategy.
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Old 08-19-2019, 08:09 AM
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Any further update on Peanut Sandy?
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

No I don't know what to do anymore other than hope she gets hungry and goes to someone and they report it. I'm still looking though. That's all I've been doing, I need to clean my house, it looks like a tornadoes went through it.
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Someone posted on the FB lost and found that they saw a guy walking from the beach and across the street towards a neighborhood with a bird that looked just like peanut.
She noticed because it was unusual to see. I live a block away from the beach and the place where she saw the guy is about a mile from me. It's possible the bird belonged to him, but do people normally takes their birds for walks on the beach? The beach is always windy and they could get caught in the wind even clipped.
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Hmmm, that's interesting. Why would someone post on the Lost & Found page without knowing for sure it wasn't that guys bird?

After you look into it, please let us know.
I'm praying it is indeed Peanut.
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

She was replying to my missing ad on the lost and found pets FB page. It's been shared hundreds of time so I guess she just happened to see it.
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Ahhh, I see. That makes more sense. Thanks for the clarification.
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

I believe I found her. Someone turned in a senegal parrot to the humane society yesterday. A picture is on their website. I'm in central Florida where hurricane Dorian is currently at, however. So I can't get through to them or safely drive there until the storm passes.
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Re: I let Peanut grow in her flight feathers

Stay safe - I hope that it is her at the humane society.
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