Ducky's beak was ripped off.
We have created this campaign to help raise the funds needed to save a parrot who had his beak ripped off.
We have a very unique case and we hope you will help us save a very badly injured parrot. This is a parrot that was found at an apartment complex in southern Arizona. Ducky was found trying to drink out of a pool. The worst part is his upper beak was broken off.
His top mandible, the top part of his beak, was ripped off and now he is left with only soft tissue rather than a hard beak on top. The pain he must have been in is unimaginable. He will require special medical long term care, specialized diet to work with the soft tissue, and regular veterinary care because of how the beak is currently trying to grow/and his inability to properly groom himself. We are pleading for your help!
UPDATE: Ducky is doing remarkably well for the trauma that he's endured. His disease panel came back clear so he is out of quarantine. He is scared of fresh produce but he is eating Harissons Pellets really well. He is learning to navigate his cage better. He has begun training with our behavior consultant to eventually be able to dremel his top mandible voluntarily to hopefully reduce the stress of restraining him for a now frequent procedure.
We have partnered with Little Lotus Rescue to help raise the funds they need to save baby Ducky. To help save him please consider purchasing one of his shirts, totes, bracelets and coffee mugs below. With every purchase you can help us cover his emergency care and give him the beak he deserves!
Little Lotus Rescue & Sanctuary
Little Lotus Rescue & Sanctuary is an organization in southern Arizona that changes the fate of homeless animals. The volunteer-run rescue lifts the animals out of the shelter system, placing them instead in loving, temporary foster homes. Many of these animals are ill, injured, or suffering from malnourishment, so we attain the necessary medical care to return them to health. Every animal is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. Loving foster parents, Veterinarians, and an certified animal behaviorist help them overcome physical and psychological issues to again be healthy, happy pets ready for their permanent homes.