It happened to me once. One morning, I saw an injured bird lying on my driveway, which had probably flown to the window and hit itself hard. I was so panic and didn't know what to do for a while. The bird was barely moving. Eventually, I called the local humane society to ask for advice. It turned out that one of their vets was an experts on birds. They sent someone to pick up the bird, but I was told that I was responsible for putting the bird in a box, ready for the pickup. I tried to move the bird, but it got scared. It wanted to fly away but dropped into my basement window well. I was crying when I tried several ways to put it into the box. I finally put it in the box and put laying of clothes on him to warm him up. The idea that the bird could die in front of me was horrifying for me. I checked on him every now and then as I waited. It was heart wrenching to see him struggling to stay alive.回覆刪除
I don't know if the bird was saved in the end or it had to be euthanized. But I'm sure that this memory will stay with me for a long time.
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Thanks for sharing your experience. I wonder whether the event happened lately or when you were little.
It happened about a year ago. I still think about that day sometimes when I look out to the window or walk across that spot on my driveway.回覆刪除
這件是讓我想到另一個問題, 如果有位昏迷不醒, 醫生都覺得不太可能救醒的病人, 我們到底應不應讓他安樂死呢?回覆刪除