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so i’ve got one of these
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Tao: seriously Leon pick your stuff off the floor.
Leon: *fake sleeping*
Tao: *sighs and proceeds to clean.*
For sell : Shiny Sleepy time Zorua. Asking $80. Free Shipping within the US. :)
It’s TMI Tuesday! Hit me up, I actually have the day off, so I’ll be crocheting and tidying most of the day.
one of the coolest things I’ve seen on Tumblr.
I can’t stop laughing at the Star wars scene with all the mattresses!! X’D
This is Tequila. He is a 4-month-old Cinnamon Green Cheek conure that I’ve had at my work for about two months now. He is the sweetest, most gentle bird in the world. He has bonded with every person at my job. Not a day of work goes by where Tequila doesn’t ride around on my shoulder, groom my hair, kiss my lips and clean my cuticles for me.
Today at work, I had Tequila out the entire morning, even discussed how he was molting and getting his adult plumage to my boss. I put him back to do a little work and go on break. However, sometime between 1-3 PM, somebody broke the lock off Tequila’s cage and stole him. The police were called and a report was done, but I have decided to do everything I can to get word out about this bird missing.
Tequila has beautiful light green coloring, a pale tan face, blue wings (his flight feathers are currently clipped) and a gorgeous red tail. He is banded, and the band number starts with FFC, representing his breeder. He is friendly, sweet, and will step up on anybody who extends a finger to them. He was stolen from the Lynnwood, Washington Petco on 196th St SW.
Please, PLEASE help reblog this and get the word out about my missing bird. He might not have been mine,but every single one of us love this little bird, and we want him back safe and sound. Help us find Tequila.
Poor little guy ;o;
Back in August, I made this post about Tequila getting stolen. It unfortunately didn’t get much reblogging - but I am reblogging it myself to share this amazing story.
We never heard anything about Tequila again - until Wednesday. I was running around like crazy, prepping for a corporate visit, when there was a page for an MOD phone call. I grabbed it up, and this is what I hear:
“This is Kelly calling from Denny’s Pet World - and we’ve found Tequila.”
See, after Tequila was stolen from our store, the thieves went to Denny’s Pet World, located about 20 minutes south from us in Kirkland, Washington, where they stole a Turquoise Green-Cheek Conure. Unlike us, Denny’s has CCTV, and they were able to get the entire theft on video - but with no leads. Denny’s called us after their bird was stolen to alert us, and we at the time told them about Tequila.
Well. In downtown Bothell (about half way between us and Kirkland), there is a bird store called Wings of the World, where they sometimes sell birds on consignment. And last week, a couple walked in with two conures - a Cinnamon and a Turquoise - to sell on consignment. The lady, who happens to be friends with Kelly from Denny’s, recognized them at once. She contacted the police, who contacted Kelly, who contacted me. She asked me for Tequila’s band number, to which I replied:
“I don’t remember it all, but it starts with FFC.”
She says, “Yep. That’s your bird.”
I freaked out. I started cheering and screaming and crying, and my boss and I basically raced around like a bunch of nut cases. Today, the birds were dropped off at Wings of the World for “consignment”, and handed over to her - and this weekend the people that stole them will be arrested for felony theft, due to the cost of the birds (over a grand together). There is a lot more technical issues here that involve the police and other things, but the point is, both birds were safely recovered.
As for Tequila…
Today, my district manager was in the store to do a routine animal walk, and my boss told him the entire story. He then said he wasn’t sure what we were supposed to do with Tequila if we got him back - since he’s now over a year old, has been away from the store since August, and who knows what they’ve done to him? And Derek mentioned in passing how much I love that bird.
And my district manager told me to take him home.
Tequila has been in a house with smokers and he absolutely reeks. He’s a bit underweight - but he remembered me. He is now in his new (big) cage, chirping away.
I am overwhelmed with happiness and amazement - because this sort of thing NEVER happens. For once, a bad story had a wonderful ending, and Tequila will now always have a place to call home <3
;_______; So glad this story had a happy ending!!!