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AIBU to ask you to help me with this bird invasion?

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birdinvasion Fri 05-Apr-19 16:03:27

NC incase I out myself. Can't imagine many people are currently trapped in their kitchen by a wild bird.

Oh wise MN, help me figure it out?

Lived in our house 5 years and not had anything more than a slug get in then today 2 birds have got themselves in!

All widows/doors closed, loft hatch sealed and as far as I can see nothing disturbed on the fire places. How could they have gotten in?

I was lucky 1st time and a passing pcso helped but this time it's just me and my 2 useless house cats. The bird is safely shut in the back room but is flaps and freaks out if i go near it and as it's at the patio door I can't get close enough to let the bird out.
My cats aren't natural hunters, ones sitting in a box hiding from the bird the other is on my bed napping.

How I figure out how they got in or do I admit defeat and move now?

BrokenWing Fri 05-Apr-19 16:05:11

You need to get brave and just get the and open the patio doors, put on a big jacket and hood if it makes you feel better.

PolPotNoodle Fri 05-Apr-19 16:21:48

Can you not go round into the garden and open the doors from that side?

Squeezle Fri 05-Apr-19 16:41:41

Walk very very slowly towards the door. If you give them enough time to get away from you they will do.

birdinvasion Fri 05-Apr-19 17:08:12

Keys are in the inside of the door, I think the cats had agitated the bird so even slow approaches resulted in flapping.

DH is home now and helped it out.... still can work out how 2 separate birds got in 🤷🏼‍♀️

daftgeranium Fri 05-Apr-19 21:47:05

get over yourself! It's a bird.

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