In breaking news, this lady lost her African grey parrot named Chanel.
“Please, everyone share this,” she posted in a livestream. “My parrot’s just flew away out my garden.”
“CHANNNNNNNNEL,” she then called out, down her street. “Her name’s Chanel, she’s gone towards the canal. Please everyone.”
Chanel’s silence was deafening.
The footage found it’s way to Twitter thanks to user @jamesc1995. “Utterly OBSESSED with this Facebook video of this woman who’s lost her parrot Chanel,” he captioned the owner’s call-out.
It wasn’t long before #FindChanel began popping up all over Twitter. A Chanel the Parrot profile was also created, and hundreds of users started posting delectable content pertaining to Chanel and her owner’s predicament.
anyone seen me mam? looks like this pic.twitter.com/FDZ5aFdL34— Chanel The Parrot (@chaneltheparrot) April 23, 2020
Move over Keira Knightley love pic.twitter.com/A7d8CzBqb4— chanel rem x (@jackremmington) April 23, 2020
Chanel said fuck my drag right pic.twitter.com/w4NlSi8dtZ— Tom (@TKPPC) April 23, 2020
Chanel the parrot hearing the locals scream her name from the canal x pic.twitter.com/lKwQVV6AYL— ???? (@tillywellard) April 24, 2020
Feel like pure shit just want the canal back x— Chanel The Parrot (@chaneltheparrot) April 23, 2020
In an incredible turn of events, later footage confirmed that Chanel had reunited with her owner. “It’s Chanel, we got her back,” the lady can be heard saying, in between sniffles. “It’s really her. We got her. I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone single person on Facebook, ’cause if it wasn’t for youse, we wouldn’t have found her, so thank you from the bottom of me heart.”
for all of you that are worried sick, I can confirm Chanel has since been found! ???????? She has been reunited with our iconic scouse-american Queen! #ClapForChanel #StayAtHomeShoutForChanelSaveLives ???? pic.twitter.com/EVWhSPYXtD
— James (@jamesc1995) April 23, 2020
In other parrot-related news, please observe the following footage a man going on daily runs with his pet parrots. This came into my existence 4 months ago, and not a day goes by that I don’t think about it. So please think about it with me. Thanks.