Jessie is a Macaw parrot, that was trapped on a roof in London for three days. Some people thought she was injured or she couldn’t fly, while others thought she just simply didn’t want to come down. However, she was not very happy when she saw the firefighter that came to rescue her.
Her owners and RSPCA tried to get her down previously, but they couldn’t. That’s why her owners called the London Fire Brigade.
An animal expert instructed the fire crew manager, which climbed to get her, to bond with the parrot, by saying the words ‘I love you’.
The London Fire Brigade Manager, Chris swallow who was at the scene, said that the crew manager volunteered to climb the ladder, and try to catch Jessie and bring her down to safety.
While Jesse responded ‘I love you’ back, we quickly noticed that she had a little bit of a foul mouth, and she kept swearing, much to our amusement.
He also said that the birds spoke Greek and Turkish, they also tried to tell her to come down in those languages.
Jessie just ignored all of those attempts of the firefighters to convince her to come down.
However, she flew to another rooftop, and afterward to a tree, and everybody saw she was fine and healthy. She wasn’t that cantankerous as she appeared to be all things considered, and she was impeccably well when at long last rejoined with her owner.
Swallow clarified that similarly as with this occurrence, the RSPCA should be reached in the first case. He urged all individuals to do likewise on the off chance that they see an animal stuck or in trouble.
But, if the RSPCA needs their assistance, they will call them and the firefighters will be more than happy to help, with their equipment.