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Here is where we are displaying a random selection of posts/tweets you, our supporters, have shared with us on Facebook and Twitter!

Buddy F says:
 I support bird rescue because there are too many birds that need homes. The large ones live as long as humans and as a result move from home to home throughout their lives.

Judy H says:
I donate to Mickaboo, because these intelligent creatures, need all the help they can get. I love my fids, 2 are rescues.

Karen P says:
I have to say thank you for all you do for these wonderful creatures. I have a African grey. He is 1-1/2 and something special. Thinking of adopting or foster I hope that all animal lovers take a moment to realize how lucky we are to have them, dog,cat,bird. It is unconditional and you can't ask for more. I also hope that some day we won't have to rescue and everyone will do what is best for our friends

Scott S says:
I support bird rescue because they make a difference in the lives special birds like Boomer. And I am giving to Mickaboo on Dec 3rd for #GivingTuesday"

Neha M says:
 I support bird rescues because birds like all living creatures deserve to live with dignity, respect and love. They are intelligent and have feelings and deserve a second chance.

Nathan V says:
December 3rd is GivingTuesday and this is how I'll be showing my support: Starting now, all proceeds from album sales for the next week will be donated to a few animal-related groups close to my heart, including Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary and Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue. These are wonderful people with so much love to give and so many animals to help!

Get your copy of Dreaming In Twin now (http://veshecco.storenvy.com/ products/ 3181080-dreaming-in-twin) and help contribute to my #GivingTuesday donation! Please share this info with the people you love, give your animal friends hugs for me, and have a great holiday weekend if you're celebrating. I love you!

Kathy R says:
I support Mickaboo because they provide loving care to our most vulnerable companions. Avian intelligence and need for interaction and companionship is not as well understood as it needs to be, so education is also an important component of Mickaboo's mission.

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