Published: 11:46, 13 August 2014 |
Updated: 16:02, 13 August 2014
The grandmother-of-two is the boy's carer and agreed to look after the pet, which is 10 years old, because it was causing him breathing problems.
Speaking before his death, Mrs Norris said: "I feel really bad because I said he could come and see him whenever he wants to so I'd really like to get him back.
"Blue is semi-tame. He'll come up to women, but he doesn't particularly like men. If he is seen he can be quite vicious.
"He is likely to come to me so we can get the cage round there.
"He doesn't like my son. I had him loose in the house at the time and he was sitting on top of the door.
"He dive-bombed my son and he just sort of missed and flew out the back door."
The parrot is believed to have gone in the direction of Sheppey Community Hospital in Plover Road, Minster.
An African grey, believed to be breakaway bird Blue, was spotted on Monday morning on the seawall near the sandpit off Beach Street, Sheerness.
A local pet shop owner was called to collect the bird, but it had already flown away.
Mystery still surrounds the identity of the dead parrot.
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