I have always loved these pets with human abilities, pets like dogs that can tell that all is not well, I have even seen a documentary of a kangaroo helping to bring help to it’s owner who had a heart attack in the bush, and then parrots that can communicate like a human. I don’t know what cats can do even though I like them.
With that being said, a parrots last sight and sound of it’s owner before her gruesome murder was stuck to it’s head, and just might turn out to be a good thing in brining to book those who were involved in this horror.
According to news, the repeated speech suspected to be of the woman before her death is now being repeated by the parrot who is suspected to have witnessed that crime scene.
A 46 year old want named Elizabeth Toledo was murdered after she was raped in Argentina back in December 2018.
A police called to the scene of the crime was reportedly guarding it and waiting for the forensic experts to arrive and survey the scene of crime when he heard the woman’s parrot blurt out what seemed to be a woman’s voice pleading with the perpetuators. “Ay no,Por favour soltame” which when translated means “No, please ,let me go”
Believing the parrot was repeated the owner’s last words when she was beaten, raped and murdered.
According to news, the parrot was also mentioned by the neighbors who heard the bird saying “Why did you beat me?”as one of the suspects was arrested and being taken away.
Based on forensic evidence of samples collected from the scene of crime, the echoing speech from the 🦜, and DNA samples collected, two of the housemates Miguel Saturnino Rolom and Jorge Raul Alvarez have been arrested and charged with murder and sexual assault of the deceased Elizabeth Toledo.
This story teaches us to have a talking parrot at home.