Lucky Ducky / Original is Pastel on Velour / 11 x 14
Whenever there is an animal rescue about to happen, friends and family know right where to go - to me! This little fellow must have been separated from his family very near birth. My daughter, Meghan, and I got right to work and nursed the little fellow to health. Eventually, he must have imprinted to Meghan because I swear this thing thought Meggie was his mama. He followed her everywhere!
When we discovered it was a baby Mallard that we had we had to bring him to a rescue organization. Apparently, owning a Mallard Duck is illegal in the Great State of Texas so we complied with the law. We were sad to see him go but knew it was a far better set up for him than what we could provide.
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