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Date:11/27/2014 10:02:27 PM
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Hey Dixie; thanks for your support and votes
Hello from Sky.
Tonight I post my final blog in my BOTM campaign. It has been a wonderful, sometimes difficult month. I have been blessed with an opportunity to share from my heart, and open some birdies eyes to the reality of suffering that is so universal. So much is heard of the plight of dogs, cats, horses and other wildlife but there has been silence to the suffering that takes place in the world of birds.
I wish to take this final opportunity to thank you all for your support, your words of encouragement, all your feed back to my blogs and mostly the love I have felt from each of you. Please know that love will always be cherished in my heart and is returned two-fold to you.
It is only right that I thank and applaud Ms Chirps and her Momma Rea for their assistance, and prayers during this month, and their love, always. It was Angel Bertie that had suggested I focus this campaign on this important subject.
I must also thank Chuey's Mom Deb for all her help, for filling in for Momma Deb in looking after the birds, and being there for me and my Momma while we devoted our time to research, interviewing and writing. Without which we would not have been able to do this!
As my final Tribute, I am sharing the store of one brave bird's suffering and rescue. May it stir your hearts to begin to offer help to all birds in need, to rescues that need our help, and in every way that we can, one human at a time!!
I was a very brave bird which is how I got my name BraveHeart. I was misunderstood, got in trouble for just being a bird, and had my tootsies burned off on a stove top. I screamed too much one day and my owner in anger decided to show me about the noise I made. The woman who saved me risked jail to free me from my torture. I was rescued from that person and I was brought to Second Chance Bird Rescue,in Rochester New York. Where I will live forever. They think I am really special there! I have a very special cage with ramps and horizontal bars so I can climb with my little nubbie footsies, and I am the Rescue's mascot which means I am really important. Here's a little poem about my story: To climb a rope. To sit on a perch and enjoy eating a piece of apple that I hold by myself. To play on a ladder and hang upside down from my swing. To sit on your shoulder and whisper in your ear. These are things I dream of doing, but will never be able to do. Because I made a sound. Because I got food on the floor. Who knows why.
Because I was a bird and did things that birds do. My life changed. ....Forever.
My name is BraveHeart, and I was Brave. When I was yelled at, I was Brave. When I was lacking companionship and love, I was Brave. When I felt the heat on my toes that burned them away, I was Brave.
Brave Heart went to the Rainbow Bridge in 2008. please visit his page!
with my heart filled with love,
Thank-you all & God bless and protect you,
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