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RE: [furries-290] Felller's the name, hunting is my game

From: Dolph
Sent on: Monday, August 13, 2012 7:42 PM
Oh, I know...I just don't have the room. Wouldn't be so bad if it was a Kestrel, but I plan on starting with a Redtail hawk, as I have a lot more expereince with them and they are much more easier to jess up. And while I would save money not having to build a mews, I don't think I'd be able to afford the vet bills, not to mention the cost of food for the off season. I work part time as a pizza delivery driver, so I have the time, just not the money. :p

Subject: Re: [furries-290] Felller's the name, hunting is my game
From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Date: Mon, 13 Aug[masked]:26:22 -0400

I would be interested in volunteering if time and travel allow it. You can keep the raptor indoors, provided you follow a few rules, including protection from other animals. Just take them out to the weathering supervised so they can get their needed sun and bath.

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