Parrot Owners: Is Your Parrot At Home, Or Has It Escaped To Chill At A Hotel In St. Julian's?

Georgie is a strong, independent parrot that don't need no keycard

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A call for the owner of an escaped parrot has been made after the bird mde its way to a private room at The Corinthia San Gorg Hotel in St Julians and casually decided to begin living there.

A few months back, a monkey had escaped its owner and promptly headed straight to the hotel-cum-menagerie to grab some sun and surf. Now, a rambunctious parrot has followed the monkey's lead and perched up on a terrace at the Corinthia.

"Georgie the parrot was found on a balcony looking around the area, and he is being looked after, being well fed with food and apples, and given water, and now we are trying to find his owner," laughed a representative from the Corinthia San Gorg when contacted by Lovin Malta.

After the monkey's visit, the hotel is prepared to handle any animal visitors

"Following our saga with the monkey three months ago we are very well equipped to deal with any stray animal that finds its way here," he said. "And Georgie here is happy, he's having a good time - but he needs to go home!"

The hotel have put out a call for the owners of the parrot or anyone with any relevant information to get into contact with them and get Georgie the parrot back home.

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Johnathan Cilia

Johnathan is interested in the weird, dark, and wonderful contradictions our late-capitalist society forces upon us. He also likes music and food. Contact him at johnathan@lovinmalta.com.

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