Small in size, only about 10 inches tall. White with Salmon colored cheeks and head under-feathers. Lost in Santa Monica near Washington & 20th Streets. Recently seen in area 1 block North, along Idaho Avenue, between 19th Street and 24th Street. Named MAC after a Marine Corps buddy who was Killed In Action (KIA) during Operation Enduring Freedom. It has come to people before, when called, often to either their shoulder or their feet. Even if only seen, PLEASE contact with a location and description such as "in front of 938 20th Street in a short Fir tree, or Tall Palm Tree...etc. Is a companion to a disabled Vet. I wear a cervical collar, have a Spinal Cord Stimulator, and use a walker. MAC was learning to YELL Help when I fall. She makes a bit of Car Alarm sounds or Police Siren sounds AT TIMES. She was discovered to be able to detect, from preening me, when one of my pain medications was to high, as it would cause my sweat to have a bitterness that she didn't like and would peck lightly at me. My contact is: email@example.com
Benjamin, a 19 year-old male African grey parrot, belonging to Dr. Teresa Micco, escaped this evening through a side door in her home. He is fully-flighted and microchipped.
He was last seen near the intersection of Manhattan Beach Boulevard and Vail Avenue in Redondo Beach.
He normally lives in an outdoor aviary with two other greys and a conure.
Please contact Dr. Micco at (703)307-8350 or (310)265-9511 with any information.
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