Bald Parrot Located in Aberdeen sparks SSPCA appeal for owner

Phott Courtesy of- bbc.co.uk

Phott Courtesy of- bbc.co.uk

A bald parrot is being taken care of for by animal welfare workers after being located in Aberdeen, Scotland.

He was found in the Torry area on Wednesday and is being looked after at the Scottish SPCA rescue centre in Drumoak, Aberdeenshire, stated stv.tv.

Lots of parrots pluck their feathers due to stress or boredom. “Senegal parrots aren’t known for speaking much but Appolo is starting to make noises such as sqeaks and whistles,” commented scotsman.com

It is  not uncommon for pet birds to escape through an open door or window so we think there may be someone looking for Apollo, reported bbc.com.

The Senegal parrot is now is now in the hands of the charity’s staff at its middle in Drumoak, Aberdeen. It has been given the name, Apollo, wrote scotlandnow.dailyrecord.co.uk.

“If no one comes forward we’ll find him a loving new home,” added Scottish SPCA

Anyone who identifies Apollo is being informed to contact The Scottish SPCA’s Aberdeen Centre, according to dailyrecord.co.uk.