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Please help me "re-home" or foster my survivor of the raccoon attack

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Jajika, Aug 12, 2014.

  1. Jajika

    Jajika Songster 10 Years

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    Hi everyone:

    I REALLY, REALLY need to find a place for my Chloe to live for about two months or just someone to take her in.

    She is the sole survivor of a vicious raccoon attack...I wrote about it previously. I had not had an attack in 12 years. Thought everything was safe.

    Alas, Chloe is all alone and we are leaving on an extended trip. I can't get new chickens until I reinforce our chicken yard as apparently now due to multiple issues, including the drought, raccoons are getting bolder. I will do this when we return the end of September. I love having chickens and this experience has been devasting. However, I MUST re-secure my space first.

    She is all alone, which isn't good. She is not young, but I just had her "vet checked" for health. Basically I think she is depressed. She lost all her friends. I do not want to put her down because she is "inconvenient." That would kill me, but I can't keep her right now...and I can't get new chickens when we are going away for a month.

    I will bring her anywhere in the larger San Francisco Bay area. I live in Palo Alto

    Here is my personal E-mail for convenience:

    [email protected]

    Thanks.
     
  2. ckndan

    ckndan Hatching

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    I'm truly sorry for your loss. we would take her for you in a heartbeat but we live in Tennessee. hope everything goes well for you.
     
  3. Jajika

    Jajika Songster 10 Years

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    Thank you. I appreciate it.

    I still have hope I can find her a home...soon.

    Geri
     

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