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Last Post 13-07-2017 9:21 AM by  Doddie Kent
Lost - found - missing african grey Parrot Sittingbourne Kent
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12-07-2017 8:50 PM
    Hi there in the hope that any one might have seen an african grey Parrot grey in colour with a red tail around the Sittingbourne area Kent she dissapeared on 11/07/17 if any has seen her would appreciate if some one could contact us Ronjohn1@hotmail.co.uk or click condo for sale Pattaya
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    12-07-2017 10:01 PM
    Missing african grey Sittingbourne

    Click link above to go to our missing parrot page











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    13-07-2017 9:21 AM
    Have you registered her with www.parrotalert.com? John Hayward 01869 325699? Worth doing.
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