Friday, October 05, 2012

Mental health break

Good unemployment numbers, sort of ok jobs report, so wingers are in melt down mode. The crazy on the internets today is so toxic, here's a little heart melting story that will restore your faith in humanity.
These ducks were rescued from a hoarder, who was keeping over 160 fowl in filthy, overcrowded conditions. The neglected birds had never even seen a pond. But the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary has nursed them back to health, repairing infections, injured feet, and nutritional deficiencies — and now you can watch these newly rehabilitated duckies learn to swim. They’re a bit confused about it at first, but eventually, they take to it like a … well, you know.

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Blogger Mule Breath said...

Cool story. I've raised ducks before and never had this trouble, but mine always got introduced to the water at an early age. Never occurred to me that once a duck got older it might not so easily take to water.

9:32:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

I was surprised too. I assumed they would have a natural instinct to go to the water. It was so heart melting though once they figured it out. They looked so happy.

10:30:00 AM  

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