>News story comes out on local stations
>consider donating money
>Next day news comes out that many have respiratory concerns
>Next day story disappears from Facebook and news sources.
>45 Cockatiels met their end
Animal sad stories
>Have dog for 14 years
>big Shepherd/Collie/St Bernard Mix
>Smartest dog ever, would react noticeably to human social situations
>gets old, cant walk
>doesnt lose his his mind though
>finally have to put him down, his legs wont work anymore and he wasnt eating
>vet comes out to house
>he sees needle and tries to get away with all of his might
>basically running in place on ground
10 Minutes later
>vet goes back to car
>gets out garbage bag
>its his sister, the vet had frozen the dog 3 years ago without our permission so that they could be buried together
>dog looks like Jack at the end of The Shining
>my mother is horrified
>we bury them and never get another dog
I doubt they all died, OP. You could just email them and ask if they all already found homes(the ones that made it, if any actually died or had to be euthanized).
I'm from around that area and this was posted to all the NH bird related groups and aviaries I follow. Plenty of them immediately offered help.
Did you or did you just check their website, where they have that one cockatiel listed? Like I said, many people already offered to help and take some in so chances are, the adoptable ones probably didn't even make it to their website because they already had homes lined up. This was also back in November.