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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-17-2016, 12:20 PM Thread Starter



 
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Brock is a cockatiel that was found in a plastic take out container inside a trash can in Toronto Ontario. This story made me feel saddened and sick... I don't understand how someone can discard a bird in this manner.

Despite Brock's horrible ordeal he chirps and is not afraid of the people who give him care and love today.


“He’s just the sweetest little bird,” she said.
“After all that was done to him… he sat on my hand and was chirping and singing at me a little bit.
Not very loud because he’s not in good shape, but he was still trying.

We’re all crying about him, because he hasn’t lost his faith in people.”





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That is so awful but I'm so happy he's in safe hands. How can anybody do that? Poor little thing. He looks just like a cockatiel I took on a few years ago called Joey. He was kept in a burnt out car in a box 'cage' in the back of it...

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That is so awful but I'm so happy he's in safe hands. How can anybody do that? Poor little thing. He looks just like a cockatiel I took on a few years ago called Joey. He was kept in a burnt out car in a box 'cage' in the back of it...



I am truly bummed when I see and hear what people do to animals.
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