Disabled veteran seeks to find beloved pet bird named Happy

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By Kinsley Beshers
For the Opelika Observer

Disabled veteran and Georgia resident, Mark Anderson, is in search of his previously-owned Inexperienced-Quaker Parrot throughout the Auburn-Opelika house.

Anderson bought his fowl, Completely pleased, whereas dwelling in Las Vegas in 2007. In 2008, Anderson moved to his present place of residence in Georgia.

Round 2012-2013, Anderson was happy to advertise his fowl to Robert Crumpton from Auburn, who then purchased it spherical 2014 to Pets Unleashed, a pet retailer that has been closed down.

Robertson has DNA samples and is able to acknowledge a particular attribute on the fowl if he sees it.

The fowl could be roughly 15 years earlier.

Robertson would acknowledge any and all help he can get hold of to hunt out his fowl.

“I cry after I suppose I’ll by no means see my fowl once more,” Anderson said. “I’ve resolved to do all the things I probably can to seek out this fowl.”

If you acknowledge any information or have any recommendations to help Anderson uncover his fowl, contact him by e-mail at [email protected] or phone amount 678-431-6748.

PHOTO CONTRIBUTED BY MARK ANDERSON

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