Hypothetically Speaking, anyone want a pigeon?

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  1. cwarren72

    cwarren72 Suspended Banned

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    good on you Falconboy. I think a lot of someone who takes the time and makes the effort to help an animal in need
     
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    Thanks cwarren72, exactly mate.

    Anyhow, case closed and birdie is safe. We don't want the thread becoming a bickering match, do we now kiddies!?
     
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    Hypothetically speaking... Imagine the world without hypothetical situations :)
     
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    Poor falconboy. I remember getting call outs for starlings and indian minors so many times but when i had a baby kookaburra that had been cared for for 2 months by a family i was told to euthanase it at the time as there were no other Kookaburra's in captivity that would be able to teach it natural behaviour and that it was too use to humans and wouldn't survive in the wild. I refused to euthanse the animal and never went back to that organisation. I can understand the conflcting interests your going through falconboy.

    Simone.
     
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    mmmm.....no comment.

    Yours was starlings and minors, mine is possums and magpies! :)
     
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