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In shelter Bird

New York, NY, 10026
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Allie and her sister Bea (must be adopted together) were abandoned on a scummy pond that was so thick and muddy that kayaks got stuck, hindering out first rescue mission. These two girls stuck close to one another, and have continued to do so, even though now they are safe and sound and CLEAN (its hard to get clean when you only have muddy water to bathe in!). They are quite sweet and well-adjusted to people, and enjoy nothing more than a nice clean pool to dunk and flap in. They are very talkative and will entertain you all day long with their duck chatter. As jumbo pekins, they have a tendency to overeat, so youll need to limit their portion sizes! Predator proof homes only.

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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