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Old 10-02-2012, 09:55 PM
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What an awful thing to have happen. It was surely
an accident, but still, everyone involved must be
heartsick.

I agree with everyone; hopefully Birdie has landed
in loving hands and is doing fine. But some people
are honorable enough to try to find the original owner.
Have you done any hunting about? Posting notices?
Calling the humane society in the area and local vets?
Someone may have asked for help locating his family
or spoken with someone who would remember the
tale of the budgie who dropped in from nowhere. Knowing
something might help.

If not, and Birdie has truly struck out on his own without
a note left for those at home, I do hope that both Blu's little
heart and yours can accept this newcomer who really needs
a good home too

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