Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Giving Nature a Hand

I am not sure what happened with this baby.  

I am not sure I am doing the right thing. 

I am not sure this baby will survive. 

What I am sure of is that I couldn't leave this defenseless little baby to die.


I found this baby and another  
on the hard concrete outside.
The other little one didn't survive the fall :( 


I think this little baby would be only a day or so old and so fragile.


 After three days there is still life.


 I am keeping this baby warm and well fed.


I dont know what the future holds for this little one.

If he doesn't survive, 
I know that I made his days comfortable and did the best I could :)

Do you care for God's creatures like I do?

xTania



13 comments:

  1. Oh Tania, he is just gorgeous. I certainly do hope he survives, although if he doesn't I'm sure he has felt your love and care and you have made his life as comfortable as possible.....after 3 days though the fact that he is still alive is amazing!!
    I have a soft spot for animals too. I'm nearly brought to tears driving along country roads seeing the results of animals hitting cars/trucks lining the roads.
    Fingers crossed the little guy makes it :)

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  2. Oh Tania, I too would do the same! The poor little thing has experienced the love you are giving him/her...prayers for him/her to survive!

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  3. If he can't manage a spoon try dipping/coating the food on to the plain end of a matchstick and putting it into his mouth for him to take. Lil sweetheart he is!

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  4. Oh my! I hope he makes it. What are you feeding him? Good luck. He looks brand spankin' new!!!!
    I would do the same thing.
    XO Kris

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  5. We have nurtured little birds and animals around here too, what else is there to do? I really hope he lives.

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  6. Yes, I care very much for the World's creatures. You must be doing something right for him to make it this far because he really looks so small and vulnerable.
    Best wishes.

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  7. Wishing you all the best with the little bird. He's so tiny.
    Anne xx

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  8. You are certainly doing all you can Tania and I hope he/she makes it!
    Mother Nature can be cruel and who knows what happened!
    Oh dear, ex-RAF hubby and I lost track of all God's creatures we have nurtured one way or another! It always brakes our hearts when we lose one...
    Blessings to you Love,

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  9. The poor little mite, at least he's in good hands. I'm mother to all creatures that fall in my path, I even tried hatching an egg last month, sadly it turned out to be rotten :+/ best wishes for your little one. It just breaks my heart when bad things, like falling out of nests, happen to the innocent.

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  10. OH thank you for having a kind heart and taking care of all God's creatures.

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  11. Where there's life, there's hope or so they say, so I always nurture little babies, whatever they may be when I find them.

    You're doing a good job if something so tiny and fragile has survived for 3 days without his Mum, well done.

    Sue xx

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