San Diego Humane Society takes in 50+ birds from single family home

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February 9, 2022 – San Diego Humane Society’s Humane Law Enforcement Officers helped a family who had become overwhelmed with the number of pet birds in their care. The owners reached out for assistance with 53 birds — including lovebirds, finches, pigeons and doves — who were living in a room of their Bay Ho home. These beautiful birds are now resting and receiving medical care at our San Diego Campus and, thankfully, look to be in good health. Once these birds are medically and behaviorally cleared, we hope to be able to find new homes for them.

San Diego Humane Society is committed to helping pet owners who need assistance caring for their animals. If you or someone you know are overwhelmed with the number of animals in their care, they can contact us at 619-299-7012 (press 1), or visit sdhumane.org/supportservices to view more of our community support resources.

Photos courtesy San Diego Humane Society
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