Naga Munchetty shares update after issuing plea for help over home discovery 'What next?'


Naga Munchetty took to Instagram to issue a plea for help to her followers after she made an upsetting discovery at home. The BBC Breakfast presenter, 47, asked for advice after discovering a bird inside her home which she shares with husband James Haggar, and told how it was “too weak” to fly on its own.

In view of her 54,000 followers, Naga relayed the upsetting incident and asked for advice.

The star told how she had found a bird which had keeled over inside her home and was now taking care of it.

The Radio host wrote: “Helpful suggestions to help this little one please?

“I came home to see it on its back in the house.

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Hours later, Naga shared an update with her concerned fans, letting them know the bird is thought to fully recover.

She wrote: “Update: she’s been taken to a rescue centre and it’s thought she’ll be fine. Phew! X”

It comes after Naga told how she and her husband had been left with “holes in their hearts” after the death of their beloved cat Missy.

Posting a series of sweet snaps of Missy, Naga wrote: “Said goodbye to our darling, sweet girl Missy yesterday.


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