This tale of a lost pet has a really tweet ending.
A Japanese woman was reunited with her missing pet parakeet Tuesday when the bird began reciting his home address to police.
The parakeet, named Piko, went missing Sunday and was spotted perching on a guest’s shoulder at a nearby hotel, the AFC reported.
Piko was taken to the local police where he stunned the cops by chirping the street address of his home, near Tokyo.
The owner later explained she taught Piko how to say his address and phone number after losing a former pet bird, reported MSNBC.
Parakeets, a type of parrot, can be trained to talk by imitating human words. Savvy parrot owners have used this trick before: In 2008, also in a town near Tokyo, a lost parrot told the veterinarian looking after it "I'm Mr. Yosuke Nakamura." The bird also gave his full address, and the owner was found.