Disabled veteran seeks to find beloved pet bird named Happy

The above photo depicts what Happy would look like but are not actual photos of Happy.

By Kinsley Beshers
For the Opelika Observer

Disabled veteran and Georgia resident, Mark Anderson, is in search of his previously-owned Green-Quaker Parrot in the Auburn-Opelika area.

Anderson bought his bird, Happy, while living in Las Vegas in 2007. In 2008, Anderson moved to his present place of residence in Georgia.

Around 2012-2013, Anderson was convinced to sell his bird to Robert Crumpton from Auburn, who then sold it around 2014 to Pets Unleashed, a pet store that has been closed down.

Robertson has DNA samples and is able to recognize a distinct feature on the bird if he sees it.

The bird would be approximately 15 years old.

Robertson would appreciate any and all help he can receive to find his bird.

“I cry when I think I may never see my bird again,” Anderson said. “I have resolved to do everything I possibly can to find this bird.”

If you know any information or have any tips to help Anderson find his bird, contact him by email at markandersonbusiness@gmail.com or phone number 678-431-6748.



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