“Thanks to PoPville, when we saw a grey parrot on our front steps this morning, we knew exactly who she was and who to contact. Happy to report the parrot and owner have been reunited!”
“hey all! Cleo is back home!!! so unbelievably relieved. She was sitting on 816 i’s front porch fence and I am at 802 i! just a spit’s away, rather than miles away, wow! It truly required the community’s eyes and ears to get Cleo back home safe and sound. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU for all of your efforts!
Oh yes, im gonna start taking down all those rain-soaked flyers. To help speed up the re-beautification of our neighborhood, if theres one in front of your home, you might just as well go ahead and remove it”
Cheers and happy warm December!”
A reader passes on this sad tale – please keep your eyes peeled!
“Cleo suddenly flew away at midnight and I cannot find her. She flew onto my head and then off when I opened the back door, flew towards the direction of 7th st between I and K. I live at 800 [block] i [Street, NE].
I am deaf and unable to hear her vocalizations. I am told she only makes coughing or microwave beep sounds. She actually uses sign language to communicate with me. She loves grapes and macaroni. She’s shy but would most likely come to someone for help. Please let me know, I will be thankful for any tips or leads! Text me at 202 351 9830 or call me (via relay) 202 540 8595.“