Fred joined our flock this spring, 2015. He was brought to us along with another duck by a local retailer as juveniles. Sadly we since lost Ethel. Fred is a male Khaki Campbell duck who is learning what being a duck is all about. He has since moved in with Joseph and they are getting along swimmingly.
Joseph joined our flock of CAS critters in March of 2015. He came from Queens, NY where he was the only duck in an apartment that several pit bulls were rescued from. Joseph, a Cayuga duck, who has a stunning array of feathers, is also known for his “technicolor dream coat.”
Since these boys have become a bonded pair we do not wish to separate them.
Fred and Joe are available for adoption from CAS for a donation fee of $40. ($20 per duck) We adopt animals to approved homes within a 2 hr radius of our location in Saugerties, NY.
To find out more about adopting Fred and Joe, please contact us 845-336-8447x232 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or go to our website, casanctuary.org and complete an adoption application today!
Can't adopt? Then what about sponsorship?
To sponsor Fred or Joe, go to http://casanctuary.org/getinvolved/sponsor/. Sponsorship donation is $20 per month. As a sponsor, you help provide for feed, bedding, and vet costs. You also receive: 2 glossy photos of your animal, VIP visiting privileges by appointment, a 1- year Family membership to CAS ( a $65 value), and frequent updates about your animal. You can even give a sponsorship as a gift!
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