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“Ten Lucky Ducklings” seems like the title of a story that is positively fairy tale-like – but then, to be rescued, almost magically, from an awful place and put safely in a lovely new home by your lovely new friends, seems very much like the plot of a fairy tale as well. And that is exactly what happened to the ten little baby ducks rescued by New York’s Woodstock Farm Sanctuary team from “a local hoarding and neglect case.”

When they were found, the ducklings were malnourished and dehydrated, closed off in a dark basement in a small, and probably never cleaned, wire cage.

After no care whatsoever, let alone warmth these little ones are taking their first steps into their new home! Although they don’t know it yet, but hopefully can sense, this place will be forever safe and full of love.

To learn more about the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, their work for farm animals, and animal rights advocacy, click here.

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JOHN PASQUA
6 Months Ago

thanks woodstock farm sanctuary for saving these lives.


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