Some Muscovy ducklings that are almost grown were hit by a car on my street the other day. I have seem them grow since they were very small. Two died , one is limping and two others cant walkl They crawl on their bellies with on leg hanging limp and their wings and other leg propelling them forward. In the state I live in Florida they are considered invasive and a nuisance. They just want to euthanize. I did find one place that takes in Muscovy ducks and specializes in the injured ones. I was hoping these ducks i care about would get proper medical care and a chance at a life That brings me to my question. I contacted a rescue organization they are the only rescue I knew of that specialize in muscovy ducks the woman I talked to was behaving rather badly I feel. While her website claims donations are requested but not required in her emails she made it l clear that if I was to drop them off she expected a donation and the amount .I do not mind giving to a place I drop off a rescue to if asked but she was not just asking she was demanding. I have grown to care about these ducks I have seen since they were babies I wanted them to get good medical care and a new start with a rescue that claims to take in injured muscovies. She is also very far away about 4 hours drive I wanted to make sure I was not taking them to their death. I asked her if she was going to euthanize them or save them. That I wanted them saved and that I did not want to pay a donation and drive there if they would be killed if I wanted euthanization I could get that anywhere around here. So I said as much and asked if her she intended to save them or euthanize She responded by calling me rude saying how well known she was as a no kill and she had no time for people who did not trust . That it was nasty of me to refuse to donate and to go somewhere else. I do not trust her. I bet she was just going to kill them after getting me to donate money. What do you think ? Is it right to demand money from people dropping off injured animals at a rescue?