Police are asking for your help to find a peacock that has escaped its owner and is now wandering around near the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation.

Remember when there was a pig loose in Tonawanda?

There's a peacock loose!

This is something you don't see every day, but the owners of a peacock on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation are hoping that you'll see it today.  There's a peacock that somehow escaped the confines of its home and is still on the loose.

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The peacock has a name

The bird's name is Titus but the original post didn't mention if he will respond to it.  He was seen this morning across the street from Signals on Route 20 on the reservation.  However, he has since then been spotted north of Mikey's Emporium.

Police say that he does like to hang around chickens so if you are currently housing chickens on your property, you might want to check to see if you've got an extra tenant tonight.  Titus is a fan of blueberries, bread, and cat food.  So that might help to keep him in one place for awhile until someone can come gather him up.

Are peacocks dangerous?

Normally they aren't dangerous to humans, however, just like most animals, if they feel the need to defend themselves, they can be.  They've been known to startle easily and can move very quickly to escape.

If you do happen to spot Titus in the Angola-Brant, area, you do not need to inform the police.  They're simply asking that you call the owner Jen at 716-536-5716.

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