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Taking care of an Injured Sparrow

 
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Hi everyone,

Just yesterday I had found an injured sparrow in the house, the cat brought it in. I took it outside and let the cat out thinking that it would end its suffering, but nothing happened because she wasn't interested.

Feeling badly for it, I ended up taking care of it. This event happened June 18, 2009.

It is Day 2, and So far she or he is doing alright. I have been feeding the sparrow blueberry seeds, peanuts, bread with tweezers imitating a wild bird feeding its baby, and water

She can not fly or walk, and her right leg is injured where a few feathers had been torn out. Perhaps it is broken. I've bandaged the leg using cut strips of a paper towel, and tying it with floss, carefully as these birds are quite fragile.

Her feces is white, so there is not danger of internal bleeding as far as I can see.

She is in my room for now in a nest I've made for her using an old shirt I don't wear.

Now being that I am very connected with animals, and becoming a Vet tech soon, I have the right to take care of this wild animal.

I expect her to recover in a week or more. Maybe sooner, we'll see how it goes.

The Vet is not an option. This is just a journal entry I am making to update you on the sparrows progress.

~K~

I've also taken pictures so I may show you those also sometime.

Last Edited by SiriusABC on 06/18/2009 06:29 PM
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Prayers for your sparrow.

hf
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Prayers for your sparrow.

hf
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Thank you :) Prayers are good, I think things may be alright we shall see.

There is one thing I noticed, her rectum seems to be enlarged. I'm not sure if that will go away or if it is a sign of something else.
I believe she might have a respiratory problem. Or, maybe her leg is just in pain that it is hard for her to go to the bathroom.

All seems well though.
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if all else fails i'll happily feed it to my snake :D
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Luke 12:6

Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings,
and not one of them is forgotten before God?
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Luke 12:6

Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings,
and not one of them is forgotten before God?
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I hope this turns out well for you and the sparrow. my respects
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Feeling badly for it, I ended up taking care of it. This event happened June 18, 2009.

It is Day 2,
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Uhhh..

TODAY is June 18th.



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How kind of you to take care of a helpless animal. I wish this world had more people like you. With the cat, you know...survival of the fittest...sometimes that is hard to see. Mine used to kill baby rabbits...hated that...we saved one..and turned him loose where the cat couldn't get it.

Good luck and I hope all turns out well.
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How come you are not feeding it high protein wet dog food, or formula for birds that is easy to digest?
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taking care of a wild bird if not a easy task...2 day you have had it..Well done. Keep doing wat ever it is that you are doing..
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You should have a local wildlife rehabilitaion service or group in your area, try and look them up. They will help.
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You should have a local wildlife rehabilitaion service or group in your area, try and look them up. They will help.
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oops, sorry, I saw that you don't need help...I need to pay better attention! Good luck with your baby! I work with wildlife too, I have a screech owl named "Conan" who is an educational bird for our wildlife rehab.
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Very cool of you to be doing this. My brother and mother took care of a few baby birds that had fallen out of their nest a number of years ago. We cared for them for a short time before taking them to a wildlife rehabilitation. If you have one near you, that might be the best option.

Good luck! hf
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Yeah oops I put the wrong date, the event happened yesterday June 17, 2009.

Thank you everyone for your support, many hopes to this bird getting better.

~K~

I would get in trouble though for contacting wildlife rehab, as it is illegal for me to keep a wild animal in the house ha but I don't care about that.
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5 stars
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Now being that I am very connected with animals, and becoming a Vet tech soon, I have the right to take care of this wild animal.


 Quoting: SiriusABC

Really?!?!?! What gives you that "right"? I'll bet your local DNR would see things differently. Either take this bird to properly trained wildlife rehab specialists or put it out of it's misery.
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I would get in trouble though for contacting wildlife rehab, as it is illegal for me to keep a wild animal in the house ha but I don't care about that.
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There's a reason why it's illegal because people like you who have no training end up making poor animals like this suffer needlessly. Here's my prediction, this bird is fucked and will die a painful death because an untrained supposed "vet tech" (wow what credentials..."I'm not a Dr. but I play one on TV jerkit ) wanted to experiment on some poor bird.
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Paper towel and dental floss? WTF??? That poor bird is screwed! Have you checked for rabies?
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Well done OP

IGNORE the negative here, compassion and mercy are free, and there is no need for paper qualifications. They are God's creatures not some made made organisation, many an injured bird cat dog we have rescued and nursed back to health, your a hero to the defencless and helpless. I hope God opens the doors of opportunity and blesses you in your journey to heal the broken wings in the animal world.

Your legacy to the world is unfolding, well done again, your a treasure that we need here on earth. hf
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Update


the sparrow can move her leg!

Progress is going well! I've mashed up blue berries and she loves the seeds.
I've also given her water, and have checked on her every two hours.

Will keep you updated.

Last Edited by SiriusABC on 06/18/2009 09:04 PM
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Ok first put on your tin foil hat,now call your alien friends on the tin can phone and combine your chi with their purple energry,once this is accomplished microwave said energy on high for 10 minutes.Now take a turkey baster and inject/infuse this energy with the bird while humming your fav U2 song while in deep meditiation,if done correct you will spirit heal this bird and forever have its gratitude.


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That's good news, Kendall!

I hope the sparrow continues to recover and hope you are doing well too:)
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Well done OP

IGNORE the negative here, compassion and mercy are free, and there is no need for paper qualifications. They are God's creatures not some made made organisation, many an injured bird cat dog we have rescued and nursed back to health, your a hero to the defencless and helpless. I hope God opens the doors of opportunity and blesses you in your journey to heal the broken wings in the animal world.

Your legacy to the world is unfolding, well done again, your a treasure that we need here on earth. hf
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Oh my Christ...we are so fucked!!!! putin
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Update


the sparrow can move her leg!

Progress is going well! I've mashed up blue berries and she loves the seeds.
I've also given her water, and have checked on her every two hours.

Will keep you updated.
 Quoting: SiriusABC
smile
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Google "Cher Ami" to see a feathered friend who was also a war hero who saved the 308th, fulfilling the Sign of the Dove as it applies to T=0 and the TToD. Dove38
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Hi everyone,

Just yesterday I had found an injured sparrow in the house, the cat brought it in. I took it outside and let the cat out thinking that it would end its suffering, but nothing happened because she wasn't interested.

Feeling badly for it, I ended up taking care of it. This event happened June 18, 2009.

It is Day 2, and So far she or he is doing alright. I have been feeding the sparrow blueberry seeds, peanuts, bread with tweezers imitating a wild bird feeding its baby, and water

She can not fly or walk, and her right leg is injured where a few feathers had been torn out. Perhaps it is broken. I've bandaged the leg using cut strips of a paper towel, and tying it with floss, carefully as these birds are quite fragile.

Her feces is white, so there is not danger of internal bleeding as far as I can see.

She is in my room for now in a nest I've made for her using an old shirt I don't wear.

Now being that I am very connected with animals, and becoming a Vet tech soon, I have the right to take care of this wild animal.

I expect her to recover in a week or more. Maybe sooner, we'll see how it goes.

The Vet is not an option. This is just a journal entry I am making to update you on the sparrows progress.

~K~

I've also taken pictures so I may show you those also sometime.
 Quoting: SiriusABC



Serius ABC, I found an injured pigeon a couple of years ago. It had been injured when we had some very bad winds, I believe it fractured a wing.

When I brought it home I gave it homeopathic remedies Arnica 30Ch and in case of pain Aconite 30CH. Homeopathic remedies work wonders on children and animals because they have no preconceived notions about them.

Needless to say in about three weeks it was on its way .... and you know something.... every once in a while it comes back to visit. I think it would have liked to become a homing pigeon. :)

There is a great deal of negative opinion out there about homeopathy.

I know it works because I have used it on myself. As lately as yesterday, as a matter of fact! I have a bridge which is needing to be worked on because I have a chronic infection in the roots of one of the teeth to the point that it is affecting my jaw bone... as in eating the bone away. One day soon I have to see what can be done. But yesterday for some reason the area of the bridge was excruciatingly painful.... I used a remedy called Dooooosh (for some reason the forum will not let me type the word (Dooooosh )Vivus, which I instinctively knew wasn't the correct one, but used it anyway.

Went to bed in pain finally fell asleep only to wake up at 4:00 a.m. with worse pain. I finally took the proper remedy which was Dooooosh (Dooooosh )Corrosivus. Went back to bed fell asleep and when I woke... the pain was gone. This particular remedy is indicated when there is infection in the teeth and the jaw. (It will re-infect again (gums receeding)). Sometimes the remedies work like a miracle.

If I had gone to the dentist like I was planning today because I was getting desperate with the pain, he would have put me on ... antibiotics for two or three weeks.

Hope you can use this information....:)

Hugs

Canuck

EDIT AGAIN: I cannot even trick the site into letting me post the proper remedy name
which is associated with mercury......

Last Edited by Aceso on 06/18/2009 09:25 PM
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"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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Needless to say in about three weeks it was on its way .... and you know something.... every once in a while it comes back to visit. I think it would have liked to become a homing pigeon. :)


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Hahahahahaha......how do you know it's the same one? Did you forget to take the cast off it's wing before releasing it back into the wild?
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Hi everyone,

Just yesterday I had found an injured sparrow in the house, the cat brought it in. I took it outside and let the cat out thinking that it would end its suffering, but nothing happened because she wasn't interested.

Feeling badly for it, I ended up taking care of it. This event happened June 18, 2009.

It is Day 2, and So far she or he is doing alright. I have been feeding the sparrow blueberry seeds, peanuts, bread with tweezers imitating a wild bird feeding its baby, and water

She can not fly or walk, and her right leg is injured where a few feathers had been torn out. Perhaps it is broken. I've bandaged the leg using cut strips of a paper towel, and tying it with floss, carefully as these birds are quite fragile.

Her feces is white, so there is not danger of internal bleeding as far as I can see.

She is in my room for now in a nest I've made for her using an old shirt I don't wear.

Now being that I am very connected with animals, and becoming a Vet tech soon, I have the right to take care of this wild animal.

I expect her to recover in a week or more. Maybe sooner, we'll see how it goes.

The Vet is not an option. This is just a journal entry I am making to update you on the sparrows progress.

~K~

I've also taken pictures so I may show you those also sometime.



Serius ABC, I found an injured pigeon a couple of years ago. It had been injured when we had some very bad winds, I believe it fractured a wing.

When I brought it home I gave it homeopathic remedies Arnica 30Ch and in case of pain Aconite 30CH. Homeopathic remedies work wonders on children and animals because they have no preconceived notions about them.

Needless to say in about three weeks it was on its way .... and you know something.... every once in a while it comes back to visit. I think it would have liked to become a homing pigeon. :)

There is a great deal of negative opinion out there about homeopathy.

I know it works because I have used it on myself. As lately as yesterday, as a matter of fact! I have a bridge which is needing to be worked on because I have a chronic infection in the roots of one of the teeth to the point that it is affecting my jaw bone... as in eating the bone away. One day soon I have to see what can be done. But yesterday for some reason the area of the bridge was excruciatingly painful.... I used a remedy called Dooooosh Vivus, which I instinctively knew wasn't the correct one, but used it anyway.

Went to bed in pain finally fell asleep only to wake up at 4:00 a.m. with worse pain. I finally took the proper remedy which was Dooooosh Corrosivus. Went back to bed fell asleep and when I woke... the pain was gone. This particular remedy is indicated when there is infection in the teeth and the jaw. (It will re-infect again (gums receeding)). Sometimes the remedies work like a miracle.

If I had gone to the dentist like I was planning today because I was getting desperate with the pain, he would have put me on ... antibiotics for two or three weeks.

Hope you can use this information....:)

Hugs

Canuck
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Next time try Bag of Douche by Summer's Eve. I hear it works wonders.
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Needless to say in about three weeks it was on its way .... and you know something.... every once in a while it comes back to visit. I think it would have liked to become a homing pigeon. :)



Hahahahahaha......how do you know it's the same one? Did you forget to take the cast off it's wing before releasing it back into the wild?
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No.... firstly there was no cast and secondly, because it's the only pigeon that comes to my back yard.... ya think?

And also before it was let go for good, it was let out a couple of times and it returned before dark and I picked it up and put it back into its cage for the night...... that's why.

Last Edited by Aceso on 06/18/2009 09:29 PM
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)

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