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The Detroit Animal Welfare Group in Michigan took in hundreds of budgies dropped off by the son of an animal hoarder. The birds had been kept in one room and several are in rough shape.
The first day, 497 budgies were dropped off. An additional 339 budgies were dropped off the following day.
The budgies are currently being quarantined and will be looked at by veterinarians. A few bird rescue groups have come forward to assist in caring for the budgies. You can read more here.

If you are in the area and looking to adopt a budgie, please keep these little ones in mind.
If you would like to contribute to their care (food/vet costs) you can do so by clicking these links:

Detroit Animal Welfare Group and here is a link to follow the birds’ progress:
https://www.facebook.com/DetroitAnimalWelfareGroup

Birds and Beaks Rescue and Rehab and here is a link to follow the birds’ progress: https://www.facebook.com/birdsandbeaks/


Giving Tuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday. Cooper decided she wanted to use the money she has made from her Redbubble shop to donate to her local bird rescue, Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary.

If you want to help out Free Flight you can make donations here. The Conrad Prebys Foundation will generously DOUBLE every dollar, up to $25,000.
They also have an Amazon Wish List here.

Turkey Time

Cooper has a shop on Redbubble. She donates a percentage of her sales to her favorite bird rescues. Last year Cooper decided to adopt a turkey through Farm Sanctuary. This year she decided to adopt again.

You can read more about Farm Sanctuary here.
Cooper recommends skipping the turkey this Thanksgiving. It’s all about the sides anyway.

Giving Tuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday. Cooper decided she wanted to use the money she has made from her Redbubble shop to donate treats and toys to her local bird rescue, Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary.

If you want to help out Free Flight you can make donations here.
They also have an Amazon Wish List here.

Turkey Time

Cooper has a shop on Redbubble. She donates a percentage of her sales to her favorite bird rescues. Her latest donation is to Farm Sanctuary. She decided this year to adopt a turkey. 

Sandy “The Sweetheart”

Sandy came to Farm Sanctuary from an evacuation site during the devastating 2016 Sand Fire in California. While the young turkey’s guardian had saved her the year before from Thanksgiving slaughter, Sandy still needed help. She had a painful foot infection, along with feather loss and wounds from the males in her enclosure. To give Sandy the best chance at a healthy life, the guardian relinquished her to Farm Sanctuary. Once in our care, Sandy made a full recovery and is now a bright, affectionate member of her flock.

You can read more about Farm Sanctuary here.
Cooper recommends skipping the turkey this Thanksgiving. It’s all about the sides anyway.