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When people think of animal shelters being inhabited by homeless animals, dogs and cats are the typically the pets that come to mind. Unfortunately, there are just as many unwanted birds in need of a loving home. Overrun with the more common pets, like cats and dogs, animal shelters often cannot appropriately cater to these abandoned birds’ needs. This is where bird rescue foundations swoop in to save the day.
“Organizations have taken on this challenge of rescuing unwanted birds and providing forever homes or placing them in pet homes,” said Dr. Jordan Gentry, a veterinary resident instructor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. “Depending on the organization, there may be strict requirements to meet before even being considered as a bird adoption home.”
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