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ANNOUNCEMENT OF MORATORIUM - May 25, 2013
Mickaboo has had to impose a temporary moratorium on incoming birds. Due to an unexpected increase in expenses, we have had to take extraordinary measures in order to continue to meet our obligations to birds already in our care. As most of our volunteers and friends know, we promise to provide a safe home and adequate veterinary medical care to all of the birds for whom we are responsible. In order to continue to meet that commitment, we will suspend acceptance of new birds as of midnight tonight.
We realize we are often the last chance for birds that otherwise would be euthanized and other ill and injured birds. Therefore, if you have an urgent situation involving a bird that needs a home, please either send an email to the species coordinator for that species (for example: firstname.lastname@example.org) or send an email to email@example.com explaining your circumstances. We may be able to refer you to another resource or we will put you on a waiting list. A particular reminder - we will always take back birds that have been adopted from us. Our commitment to those birds, like our commitment to birds that are currently in our care, is irrevocable.
Mickaboo is in the midst of major fundraising efforts that we hope will provide sufficient resources to put our rescue efforts back on track.
If you can contribute, please send checks to Mickaboo at PO Box 697, San Jose, CA 95106 or you can donate on-line at www.mickaboo.org
If you are able to help with fundraising in any way please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe that this situation is temporary, and that we will be able to take in birds again very soon. Thank you for believing in rescue, and for your support of Mickaboo and our wonderful birds.
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