More & more fire & EMT units are carrying oxygen masks specifically designed for Furkids that are the victims of accidents & house fires. If your local Emergency Responders don't carry them, consider a fundraising drive to help them get for this equipment to help out the furry & four legged! Thanks to those First Responders who recognize that Furkids are family members, too.
He looks cute, but also kind of sad, doesn't he? From the moment of his birth, Whipper was rejected by his mother. He was thrown out of the cage twice, but luckily he was rescued by his owner Julie Hayward, who has been taking personal care of him ever since. His unusual appearance, long curly plumage, and vocalisations, which were caused by a genetic mutation made him famous in its home country New Zealand. Whipper's vet dehttp://budgiesareawesome.blogspot.com/2011/04/whipper-budgie.html