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The Mayhew Animal Home in Christmas appeal to unite Bailey with its owner

PUBLISHED: 15:58 22 December 2015 | UPDATED: 16:27 22 December 2015

Bailey is in the care of The Mayhew

Bailey is in the care of The Mayhew

Archant

Have you lost a gorgeous blue and white budgie who thinks they are the feathered equivalent of Houdini and has a healthy appetite?

If so your budgie might be at the Mayhew Animal Home in Kensal Green.

A budgie, who has been nicknamed Bailey, has ended up in the charity based in Trenmar Gardens, after it flew into a stranger’s home in north London.

The hunt is on to reunite Bailey with its owner.

Bailey has been described by staff as a young bird, who is a bit of an escape artist and likes to be let loose

Matt Pearson, from The Mayhew, added: ““Bailey is a bit of a cheeky chappie. As soon as I start opening my dinner or rustling a crisp packet Bailey wants a piece.”

If anyone has any information about Bailey please call 0208 962 8009 or visit themayhew.org.

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