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Percy w/Narwhal   

In shelter Bird

San Francisco, CA, 94124
Pet name:
Percy w/Narwhal
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Pigeon
Date:
06/17/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
AUGUST 2022 UPDATE: Percys BFF Pearl who struggled through several health challenges passed away. Percy grieved & carried on & now has a new BFF, Narwhal, who is strong & healthy & loves her back. Yes- Percy is a lady bird & laying the eggs to prove it. 

Percy (in the back) & Pearl are two dove youngsters who were sick & weak when their flock was rescued. They were placed in a foster home that could provide supportive care & access vet treatment if needed. Their first 5 days were spent recovering in a crate with access to a heating pad on low (cage rest) with lots of easy access food & water. Pearl needed a couple of tube-fed meals but they both have steadily improved & are now spending their days outside in an aviary though still coming indoors at night. These two may grow up into a pair or they may grow apart as they mature. We dont know their sex & they wont be sexually mature until about February 2022. They are currently shy but open to making friends with people. And they are super cute!Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/

Location


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