Indiana Small Animal Rescue Needs a Little Extra Help for One Lucky Ducky
A small animal rescue located in Indiana is asking for a little help for a little duck with a big need.
It isn't every day that you come across a duck in a wheelchair while sipping your morning coffee and scrolling social media, but that is exactly how I came across Marigold. She is a small little duck who suffered an injury that unfortunately went too long without proper care.
It turns out Marigold'sleg was not able to be fixed due to a slipped tendon that was slipped for several weeks before we got her. Unfortunately once a tendon has slipped out of place entirely there's a very limited window to try to fix it and she was definitely past that.
Luckily for Marigold, she has found herself in the care of the Pipsqueakery, a 501 c3 non-profit animal rescue located in Bloomington, Indiana. She is currently in a foster home and is making use of a small doggy wheelchair that has been modified to fit her. Unfortunately, Marigold is growing, and soon her set of wheels will be too small for her. The Pipsqueakery says a new, larger wheelchair costs about $365.
Duck Yeah, You Can Help!
If you are able to make a donation to the Pipsqueakery, your donation would be tax deductible since they are a registered 501 c3. There are a number of ways that you can donate to help Marigold get a new wheelchair and to help the Pipsqueakery continue helping the other small animals in their care.
- Venmo: @ThePipsqueakery
- CashApp: $ThePipsqueakery
- Zelle: 574-993-2235
- Paypal: Paypal.me/thepipsqueakery
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/thepipsqueakery and use the donate button
- Patreon: patreon.com/thepipsqueakery
More About the Pipsqueakery
Located in Bloomington, the Pipsqueakery provides care for rodents, rabbits, and other small animals that have special medical and behavioral needs. They also work to educate the public on the care of these animals and work to these animals get adopted into their forever homes and rescue placements for those animals healthy enough for adoption. Learn more at ThePipsqueakery.org.
[Source: The Pipsqueakery via Facebook]