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- Tue, 18 Jun 2019 14:59:57 EST bndcCLAF No.34024
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I could use some advice. I'm not sure what is wrong with it but something clearly is. It was being raped by the others (at least one other) so I couldn't just leave it. It doesn't move much on its own. Was seemingly grateful for being rescued and remained quite calm on the subway ride home. Neither wings nor legs nor anything else seems broken and it is comfortable enough to clean its feathers. I've given it a bowl of mushy cat food and one of mushy serial. I've also warmed the water up a bit.

Tomorrow I'm going to see if there are any animal shelters willing to take it. However it is such a common species I doubt the authorities are willing to do more than have it put down.
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Barnaby Nummerchat - Tue, 18 Jun 2019 18:54:46 EST 4+oWWay7 No.34025 Reply
just let it go ya weird freak
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Alice Wuttingchid - Wed, 19 Jun 2019 16:28:13 EST bndcCLAF No.34026 Reply
>>34025
Thanks for the encouragement! It has been handed over to the relevant authorities (in this case an open air museum/zoo). It is apparently sick with something and sadly they didn't sound too positive about its chances. Anyhow it is now in the hands of others and whatever gods ducks have, I did the best I could.
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Nell Dreshsare - Thu, 27 Jun 2019 02:42:41 EST HecwbEMJ No.34033 Reply
Pretty sure ducks won't eat cat food but thanks for caring for it.
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Samuel Bonnerstork - Thu, 27 Jun 2019 11:09:38 EST bndcCLAF No.34034 Reply
>>34027
Thanks, makes me feel better.
>>34033
They can and it did (though less suitable for ducks than the pigeon i took in long ago) also it(dry food) has to be mixed into a mush with water.
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Edward Dedgestock - Thu, 04 Jul 2019 01:51:31 EST pb6PmGHZ No.34040 Reply
Ducks are not actually cats.
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Fanny Blackham - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:33:41 EST 4l2iccou No.34157 Reply
>>34040
most waterfowl are ornery assholes like cats can be, though

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