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Old 02.09.2014, 10:42
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Re: Found bird on our balcony

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The bird looked weak, so she told us we could feed it. You boil an egg, take the yolk out of it, put a little bit into your mouth and make some pulp with your saliva.
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Our cat is hunting for the birds always , and she is quite good in that, what can I do?
Give her a reward?

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Re: Found bird on our balcony

My cat brought a small bird home. The poor thing is injured on the chest. I put it in a shoe box and it is standing so legs seem ok. It tried to fly so wings seem ok too. But it looks stressed out (obviously)

I'm looking around on what I can or should do.

Any tips??
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Re: Found bird on our balcony

Ok so problem "solved". It was bleeding a bit, still bleeding on his chest but became restless in the box so I opened it. He looks at me and flew away. Hopefully he'll make it.
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