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Chanel! Chanel! Hilarious moment woman live-streams desperate hunt for her missing PARROT after it escaped from her garden... before her beloved bird is safety returned

Chanel! Chanel! Hilarious moment woman live-streams desperate hunt for her missing PARROT after it escaped from her garden... before her beloved bird is safety returned
  • A woman posted a video that went viral of her calling out to find her parrot
  • Sandra Hannah, 40, was visibly upset as she called out 'Chanel' - her pet's name 
  • The mother of four insisted it was 'traumatic' but was glad to find Chanel
  • A stranger found the parrot over two miles away in Seaforth, Liverpool
An owner's amusement at her cat's curiosity turned to panic when the puss managed to get itself stuck head-first in a glass vase. 
A video filmed in Saransk in the Mordovia Republic in Russia shows the kitten exploring the inside of a glass vase with its owner chatting and giggling over the cat's playfulness.  
The young cat is inquisitive about the inside of the vase as it smells and touches the bottom and sides of the vase with its rear end hilariously hanging out. 
The curious cat first puts its front half into the glass vase in the Mordovia Republic in Russia
The curious cat first puts its front half into the glass vase in the Mordovia Republic in Russia
The brave kitten pushes itself up onto its front legs and rolls the rest of its body and back legs quickly and suddenly into the vase. 
With only its tail hanging out the cat realises that there is no exit at the bottom of the vase and starts frantically turning itself in circles. 
Its owner's laugh turns into a worried yell just before she stops filming her cat. 
The young cat pushes itself onto its front legs and the rest of its body comes tumbling down into the vaseThe result is that the cat's entire body is squished into the vase with its tail  hanging out
The cat is unable to figure out how to get out of the vase from the top and decides to try the bottom of the vase resulting in everything but its tail squished into the small, glass space
Cats like to hide in places because their instincts make them want to be as invisible as they can from predators especially when they are unaware and sleeping for up to 20 hours a day.  
The feline creatures contort themselves to fit into the smallest, warmest hiding-places because they like temperatures between 30C and 36C, according to pet website Cuteness.
So this vase-loving cat is not alone with its hiding places going wrong.  
A cat, named Cat, made itself a little too invisible when it got stuck in a chimney behind a funeral house in Devon for six days.  
Cat had to be rescued by North Devon Animal Ambulance and Metro Rod after Jenny and David Williams heard a noise behind a wall and discovered Cat in the chimney
Cat had to be rescued by North Devon Animal Ambulance and Metro Rod after Jenny and David Williams heard a noise behind a wall and discovered Cat in the chimney
Ploy, a three-year-old Siamese cat in Surat Thani in southern Thailand, also got confused about exits and found itself stuck in a ceramic pot. 
Ploy's owner, Rattaporn Saringkarn, 26, had to smash the pot with a wooden pestle to free his cat
Ploy's owner, Rattaporn Saringkarn, 26, had to smash the pot with a wooden pestle to free his cat 

But It's not only cats that get themselves stuck. 

Apollo the puppy got stuck in his food-bowl stand and did not let it stop him from finishing his meal.  
Apollo was filmed determinedly searching for food on the floor with half his body sticking through the hole in his food stand on May 2 in an unknown location in the US

Apollo was filmed determinedly searching for food on the floor with half his body sticking through the hole in his food stand on May 2 in an unknown location in the US
And an eight-month-old puppy got her head stuck in the middle of a car wheel in at the La Chimba rubbish dump in the city of Antofagasta in Chile.  

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