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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 
Footage of a woman pleading for the world to find her missing parrot has gone viral.
Sandra Hannah, 40, posted a video on Facebook of her parading the streets in Netherton, Liverpool and crying out 'Chanel' - the bird's name. 
'We were sitting in the garden, all the doors were locked in the cage but her water bowl gate was open,' Sandra told the MailOnline.
A woman named Sandra Hannah, 40, posted a video that went viral of her crying as she called out for her missing parrot
A woman posted a video on Facebook of her crying as she called out for her missing parrotThe parrot, named Chanel, was found the next day by a stranger in Seaforth.
'My neighbour started a drill going and she just bolted out the water bowl gate. 
'And I just thought what should I do? I thought I would share it on Facebook Live.'
Sandra insisted that it was 'traumatic' as she waited for a response from the video which was seen by over 40,000 people on Facebook alone.   
'We all cried all night. We were all saying a prayer, please come home Chanel. We were just all devastated. 
Sandra was crying as she called out for her missing parrot
The video of her crying and calling out for her parrott went viral
Sandra was visibly upset as she called out for her parrot which had escaped from her garden
'As soon as the light come up we were all out on the canal searching.' 
Thankfully the mother of four's parrot was found just over two miles from Sandra's home. 
'On facebook, someone said: "I found your parrot". She was knocking on a window in Seaforth saying "hello, hello ,hello". I didn't know the person, I didn't even have her on Facebook. 
'If it wasn't for Facebook I don't think I would have found her. It was the worst day of my life, the worst.' 
Sandra has posted videos of her and parrot on Facebook before to cheer up her followers
The mother of four also has a dog named Coco to match her favourite perfume
Sandra likes to post videos on her Facebook page for followers to see so that it brightens up their day if they are feeling down
Sandra had been posting videos with Chanel, who turns two in July, a year ago to cheer people up as she insisted that it 'made people's day'.  
The family, who run a tyre business, also have three chickens, two dogs - one of whom is called Coco to match the perfume theme - as well as a gecko and some fish. 
Sandra admitted she was ultimately overwhelmed with the response she received from the video. 
'The reaction of all social media, it just melted my heart. That many people got involved and they found my parot basically. I just want to thank the whole world.'  

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