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A few hours ago, this weekend, a photo was published in a popular Facebook group that soon managed to go viral, being appreciated with various reactions by several hundred people.
The photo in question shows an police car with two ducks transported on the back seat, although after only a few hours it was removed for unknown reasons, and earlier even the possibility to comment on the post was disconnected.
Obviously it is an photoshop , but one that from the beginning made us think of another, published in the same group, a day earlier. Saturday, August 22, at the intersection of Ismail Street with bd. Stephen the Great and Saint, a pair geese were caught.
Being alone on the street, it immediately made us think of the idea that a police crew from Chisinau managed to catch them and take them away from the dangers of road traffic, but this only in our dreams could it happen.
The real photo behind the edited one is the one attached below. It was shoot somewhere in the United States, where there are countless cases when the police are involved in "evacuating" animals from the roads.
By the way, let's not forget that in the US there is even an animal police - an organization empowered to punish those people who do not take proper care, or make fun of them.
Chickens are popular pets in the yard, but ducks have many of the same characteristics. This has led to the care of these waterfowl for feathers, meat, and eggs and simply as pets. There are a variety of duck breeds, and some make better pets than others, but they all have similar care requirements. Before purchasing a pet duck, housing, food, water, zoning restrictions, and health issues should be considered. But if you are adequately prepared for one, you will be rewarded with a few years with your feathered friend.
Cute duck pictures
1. Flower duck
2. Lost dog
3. Strong dog
Some ducks, such as Pekin ducks, can be very friendly and calm, while others are more active and noisy. If noise is an issue, make sure you choose a breed that is not overly talkative, but otherwise sleeping, grazing, and swimming will consume most of your duck day.
Ducks, like other birds, do best in groups and will be friendlier if tamed by hand at an early age. Most ducks are not aggressive, unless they are nesting or keeping their young, so while a duck is more likely to run away than to bite if scared, this does not mean that socialization is not important. Ducks may not have teeth, but they have beaks that can hurt if bitten.
Ducks are outdoor pets, but they can still enjoy a safe home. You should have plenty of space to travel and swim during the day, but at night, in bad weather or if predators are free, you need a shelter to keep your ducks safe. A shed, a large dog house, a modified chicken coop, or a specially designed and sold duck house should be permanently accessible to your feathered birds. About four square feet of floor space is suitable for one duck, so if you have more than one duck, you may need a large henhouse or several burrows.
4. Happy duck
6. Traveling duck
Ducks do not bake, so no roosters are needed in the duck house, as they are for chickens, but they should have clean bedding to walk and stretch. Ducks produce a lot of feces, so regular cleaning is a must. Straw is best, but pine needles or wood chips can also be spread on the floor of the duck house. Wire wire grills can cause injuries, and unclean bedding can cause health problems, so the floor in your duck house is very important.
If your ducks are not outdoors in your yard or on your farm, the wire fences should be attached to the basket to keep them covered. Each duck should have at least 15 square feet of land to travel, so the space you need to secure in this enclosure will depend on how many ducks you have.
Ducks are omnivorous, so pet ducks should eat a variety of foods. A commercially available pellet duck feed should be the basis of any pet duck's diet, as it is complete and balanced, but vegetables and insects can also be offered as delicacies. Leafy greens, earthworms, worms, green peas, corn kernels and other products are healthy additives to the duck's daily meals.
In addition to the fact that there are pellets available in a feeder or in a shallow dish, fresh drinking water should also be provided. A duck waterer should be cleaned regularly and kept full, as ducks drink at least one liter of water a day.
7. Real life
8. Bath duck
Ducks are often considered farm animals and are not legal to keep everywhere due to zoning restrictions. Not all cities and communities allow ducks, so you'll need to check the specific rules, regulations, and ordinances you live in before buying pet ducks. Wild ducks are not legal to own, but domesticated ducks can be kept if the place where you live allows it. If pets or poultry are allowed, you may be allowed to keep ducks, but there may be specific housing requirements when they are allowed outside their home.
Since it is not legal to take a duck out of the wild, you will want to find a place where you can buy a domesticated duck. Incubators sell ducks that can be ordered online or purchased in person, but many feed stores and family farms will also sell ducks. Make sure you choose an active duck that has no eye or nose drain and has clean ventilation feathers to increase the likelihood of buying a healthy pet.
If you are interested in pet ducks and can legally own birds or animals, check out these other popular pet options:
10. Beach mood
11. Sleeping buddy
12. So cool
The rates require quite a lot of care compared to the care of chickens. They need a lot of fresh water, which they pollute frequently - so they need to be changed fairly regularly. And you'll have to do a lot of cleaning after the ducks - and it's often a lot of damp, smelly debris.
Because ducks usually cannot fly, they are a possible target when it comes to local wild predators. This does not mean that you will have to keep them closed, but when they are outside, your rates will need to be monitored and protected from potential wildlife attacks.
Rates are not doing well in colder climates. If the temperature is below -1 gr. Celsius, the rates will spend only a short time outside every day, which means more dirt to clean in the house.
Finally, pet rates can be quite noisy, especially when they want something or someone. Neighbors may not tolerate their sniffing as well as you do.
You will need a completely closed, predator-resistant shed. Ducks do not tend to fly up and perch like chickens so height is not important. What you need to keep in mind when it comes to installment payments is the floor space.
The floor matters because you will need to place a pot of water here. Ideally, the floor should be waterproof. You can use linoleum, tarpaulins or a rubber floor to prevent damage to the floor. As a bedding material you can use softwood chips, recycled paper, absorbent materials, etc.
Since the rates cannot jump, it is good that the entrance to the cottage has a low opening or a fairly wide and stable ramp for the rates to enter.
Ducks love to swim. Sprinkle with water. To drink water. To take a bath. Everything in their lives revolves around water, which means that the bigger the tub, the better.
13. Dog mom
15. These feet
16. Look mom
20. Cute duck
21. So playful
22. Sun vibes
23. Duck in black
25. Fast duck
26. Time goes by
27. Good morning
28. Sea vibes