"I felt so helpless. It was awful, the worst feeling in the world.
"I took out a chair and blanket but I was getting strange looks from people driving by.
"They looked very confused when I said my bird was stuck up in the tree.
"I ended up driving my car around the corner and parked next to the tree. It was warmer and I felt safer but I still got no sleep.
The cherry picker arrived at 7:30 AM, and Cleo was finally brought down. She had spent 16 hours on the same branch. Link -via Arbroath
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