Parakeet takes residence in Potters Bar after breaking into school
PUBLISHED: 15:25 22 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:25 22 November 2016
A parakeet that caused a flap and was found in a headteacher's office is now taking residence in the RSPCA's Potters Bar centre.
The RSPCA is appealing for the owner of a stray parakeet to come forward after the bird was found in Falconer School, in Bushey yesterday.
The blue and white bird is now recovering at RSPCA’s Southridge Animal Centre in Potters Bar, he is in good condition and appears to have no injuries after his ordeal.
RSPCA animal collection officer Kate Wright collected the bird after school staff managed to contain him.
Kate said: “This parakeet is extremely tame which makes me think he is someone’s lost pet and they are probably missing him.
“I think he caused a bit of a commotion getting into the school on Monday but hopefully someone will recognise him and take him home.
“If anyone does have any information about this bird they can ring us on 0300 123 8018.”
The RSPCA has made Pets Located aware of this lost bird and has also informed local vets in the area.
If no one comes forward to collect him he will be available for rehoming in due course.