Late Sunday night I happened to see a pure white bird along the side of my driveway. I thought it was strange so I decided to take a closer look and realized the bird could not fly. I captured it and brought it in. I was under the impression it was a white dove. I wasn't sure if this was someone's pet or a wild bird. I was leaning towards pet because it could not fly and it is an extremely odd sight to see a bird like this in the wild around my house. I could not locate any rescues or rehabilitation centers that could take the bird in so I decided I would take the bird to the vet myself just to check for any broken wings or other injuries. I went to the vet today and the vet told me the bird appears to be in good health, doesn't have clipped wings and she can't seem to give me a reason on why it can not fly. She also told me she did not believe it was a dove but that it was possibly a pigeon. She told me she couldn't say for sure whether it was a wild bird or someone's pet but that I should not release it until it could fly and if that didn't happen within two weeks or so I should consider re-homing the bird to another family or keeping it myself. I did some more research and it appears that it could be a king pigeon, which are birds that can't fly because they are domesticated. Surprisingly there is little information on how exactly to care for a pigeon. I have bought some pigeon food, an XL dog crate which I have set up some shelves in, grit, a few parrot toys, a dish for bathing, and I made a nest with an old pan and some strips of t-shirt. I've been searching lost pet pages around the area and haven't seen anyone missing a bird. At this point I am pretty lost on how to properly care for this bird and what to do from here. I could really use some advice. Here is a picture, I do not have a better one as I am trying to handle it minimally to avoid stress until I can get it acclimated to it's new environment. It's pure white and has very red legs.