How to Rescue Ducklings from a Drain Pipe

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Oh no! A baby duckling has fallen down a drain! It’s a narrow pipe, and he’s way down in there. Luckily, these folks figured out what to do. File this away for future reference, because you’ll never know when you might need to do the same. Meanwhile, get a drain cover for that hole -it can save both wildlife and your basement in case something falls in and plugs it up. -via Daily Picks and Flicks

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We had a small wild kitten fall into a pipe under my mother's house. My daughter and I tried in vain for an hour to get it out. Finally, I had a thought. I remembered how kittens have such tiny little claws that are like fish hooks. I figured it was probably very hungry by now. It could have been there for a day or 2. So, I took a pair of pantyhose and smeared gushy soft cat food on it. We lowered it into the pipe and the kitten was sooo hungry! She latched onto the pantyhose and tried to eat the food and while she had her claws stuck in the nylon we pulled her free. "Annabelle" is doing quite well, 2 years on. She is a happy cat and lives with my daughter.
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