On 9/04/10, Brenda wrote:
> I lost my gray cockatiel, Teddy 2 days ago. A friend
> opened my door to ask a question. Teddy flew down the
> stairs and out the door, that was opened only about 2
> inches. I had his wings clipped a couple of weeks ago.
> Teddy orginally landed on my neighbors head 2 years ago.
> He could not find the owners, so I agreed to take him. I
> purchased books, researched their habits and how to take
> care of him. No one could love or treat him better.
> I found him in trees across from me and when I got him to
> come down and land on my head, he got spokked and flew
> away. I have spent 12 hours every day looking for him,
> talking to neighbors and handing out flyers. He was
> spotted yesterday in the same neighbors yard but when I
> got there 10 minutes later he was gone. Since he came back
> here once, does that mean he is still in the neighbor hood
> and could go to the house again. I also have another
> cockatiel that I take in a cage and search the neighbor
> hood with him.
> Does anybody ever get their pet back? Any ideas?
> He is missed and loved.
Also, Teddy was lost in Maitland, Florida