The animal welfare charity is hoping to search out the proprietor of a budgerigar, after the chook was present in a again backyard off Clarmuir Street within the Splott space of Cardiff.
The RSPCA is looking for the proprietor of a budgerigar present in a again backyard off Clarmuir Street within the Splott space of Cardiff.
Officers from the animal welfare charity had been alerted after a member of the general public had discovered the surprising customer of their backyard, earlier than transferring the budgie to a veterinary follow.
The chook – who has an overgrown beak, and some lacking feathers – is basically white and blue in color, and got here into the RSPCA’s care on Sunday (7 February).
RSPCA Cymru suspect the budgie might have escaped, and say the incident is a reminder as to the significance of maintaining pet birds secure and safe.
The budgie has now been taken to specialist RSPCA services for ongoing care, with the charity hoping to find an proprietor. Anybody with data has been urged to contact the charity’s inspectorate attraction line on 0300 123 8018.
RSPCA inspector Gemma Black stated: “A member of the general public discovered this budgie in a backyard off of Clarmuir Street within the Splott space of Cardiff.
“It appears very probably this budgie is an escaped pet – which is a vital reminder as to making sure these animals have safe lodging applicable to their wants.
“The budgie is lacking a couple of feathers and has an overgrown beak, however is presently in good fingers within the RSPCA’s care.
“We’d love to search out the proprietor and get this chook safely residence. They’re not microchipped or ringed – and we’re counting on an proprietor to come back ahead, or somebody to have data for us that might assist. Our inspectorate attraction line is on 0300 123 8018.”