Tuesday, October 27, 2015

A Helping Hand


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  1. That is truly lovely. And I needed an awww moment. Thank you.

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  2. there are so many videos of ducks being rescued from the sewers! It's always such a hit!

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    1. I love baby ducks. Maybe even more than kittens.

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  3. She was really throwing a fit, wasn't she?

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    1. She's a mama. It's in her job description:)

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    1. :) I love baby ducks and happy endings.

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  5. That's what I call a happy ending, Sandra! I have seen mama ducks leading strings of ducklings along busy streets in my city and always say a prayer for them. Thank you for showing me this touching video, dear friend!

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    1. I've seen pictures of that but never seen it up close and personal. That would make me so nervous.
      Thanks for stopping by, Shady dear. Heading over to your place now.

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    1. Yes, mama was glad to get her babies back. And she was smart enough to ask for help.

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    1. Grin.
      Hope you've had many Awww's today, CJ.

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    1. :) Ducks are the cutest. Glad they were rescued.

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  9. That's awesome! I have a feeling male police officers wouldn't have gone to that much trouble for ducks...

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    1. Many wouldn't. I like to think there's some out there that would.
      Mama turned out to be a lucky duck:)

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  10. My ears are ringing very loudly and I am having dizzy spells (menopause and going for a hearing test next week) so seeing this made me feel better. Thank you Sandra...and I really mean it

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    1. Oh sweetie, I am so sorry to hear that. Hope you get squared away soon.

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  11. I am so happy that there are kind people who stop and help animals in need. I know I stop and help (so far no ducks- but turtles, deer, cows, etc.) - but it isn't often I get to see videos like this. Thanks for sharing.
    ~Jess

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  12. Good for you, Jess. I've never encountered a needy deer or cow. Mainly turtles;)

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