Deb's Girls Enjoying a Swim
Houdini and LingLing
Houdini adapted very quickly to the cart.
On the first day she resolved the problem
when one wheel would jam against an
object. She would simply backup and turn
away from the object. One would think the
cart was almost part of her.
Here is a picture of Lou exercising a tundra swan that had a broken tibia-tarsis.
It was about 6 weeks total recovery time. In order to keep his wings in flying shape and his muscles from atrophying,
Lou would removed him from the harness 2 to 3 times a day and "fly" him until we were both really tired. He was about
25 pounds. The photo in the jeep is him coming home from his weekly 3 hour road trip to the vet for
On the right is Malee (which in thai means Jasmine) and on the left is Ploy
(which means jewel).
Quack was rescued from a sad living situation by a wonderful woman named
Helana. Quack had few feathers, was very dirty, and malnourished at the time of her rescue. Quack is also unable to walk.
Here are some pictures of her after being rescued by Helana. What a happy and lucky duck she is now!
A friend of mine resued this baby sparrow in the spring.