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Check out this extensive list of people, pets, medical and surgical problems, and staff that we have been involved with over the last year.

Orphaned Kitten Care by Dr. Kennedy

Dr. Kennedy fosters young kittens to help place them in a good home. Learn all about it in the Current News section of our web site:
www.lbah.com/word/category/currentnews
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Orphaned Kitten Care by Dr. Kennedy

Dr. Kennedy fosters young kittens to help place them in a good home. Learn all about it in the Current News section of our web site:
https://www.lbah.com/word/category/currentnews

 

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How adorable

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So happy to hear kitty will be taken care of.

I'm remembering when I worked for LB Animal hospital in the late 80's. I lived in the apartments behind the hospital, and had the cool job of night feedings for abandoned kitty's. They all lived!

That is one hungry Rockhopper chick

To learn more about going to the Falklands Islands check out Dr. P's blog:

www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-blog/
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Long Beach Animal Hospital

Update on our dove with the message

It was originally brought into our Wildlife Program for a wound under its wing. This is typical of a cat bite.

This is a serious problem, because cats have a bacteria called Pasteurella multocida in their mouths that is toxic to birds, and many times causes their death.

So far our friend is doing well on supportive care, rest, assist feeding, wound care, and oral antibiotics.

It looks like the Arabic note that was attached to the dove is non-sensical. Here is what it said :

G4 28. No no 11 111 T D RA RA DA D11

We will keep on investigating....

If you would like to learn much more about our Wildlife Program and the 1,000 injured wild animals we treat every year, follow this link:

www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/
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Update on our dove with the message

It was originally brought into our Wildlife Program for a wound under its wing. This is typical of a cat bite.

This is a serious problem, because cats have a bacteria called Pasteurella multocida in their mouths that is toxic to birds, and many times causes their death.

So far our friend is doing well on supportive care, rest, assist feeding, wound care, and oral antibiotics.

It looks like the Arabic note that was attached to the dove is non-sensical. Here is what it said :

G4 28. No no 11 111 T D RA RA DA D11

We will keep on investigating....

If you would like to learn much more about our Wildlife Program and the 1,000 injured wild animals we treat every year, follow this link:

https://www.lbah.com/word/wildlife-care/Image attachment

 

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Very interesting ! Well thankfully the bird is doing well! Definitely still gonna be curious about the note though! Haha

I just edited the post to put the interpretation on it from someone that speaks Arabic.

Hopefully you'll find the owner. My Grandpa had a code system with friends. It takes time to train these guys.

Could you please re-post the original pictures of the Arabic characters.

They are in the post just prior to the one.

Good wishes...

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2 weeks ago

Long Beach Animal Hospital

Message on a dove's leg

This dove was brought into our wildlife program with a message taped to his leg.

If anyone can interpret this message please post it here. If not, we might need to call Indiana Jones!
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Hamid Shah help people

Talk to Eye of the Cat. They're local too.

That’s amazing!

Forwarding this to some of my puzzle buddies, haha!

Thanks for the help, hope we can decipher it.

Can you interpret it?

Sinan G. Is this Turkish?

Not going to lie it is interesting!!

Ah, I can see it's written in pig-eon latin!

Following!

A rich mystery!

Could it be short hand? There are a handful of different types that look like squiggles

Could they be Hebrew symbols?

Interesting!

... says something like “get a meatball sub to Dr Esson, no cheese, large Diet Coke” ...

I think its Hebrew.

Actually looks more like Hindi writing on the front.

Have you treated the bird for fatigue? It must have flown a LONG way!!

James Moore is this Hebrew by chance?

The photos are taken upside down of the front I think. Look at the pen strokes and where they lift.

Amrit Kc Can you decipher ? My apologies if I’m assuming too much. Love ya brother

It looks Farsi. Someone is using it to send messages back and forth.

San skrit is my best guess...?

ااح٥٠٧٢ت ط ط ء ب ااا اا ل ٩ ٥ ض س غ س ى ل ت م ك ق ض ط ط ط خ ح ج ع غ ف ق ث ص ظ د و ر ر ر ر There are letters same as above I mentioned, So There is no doubt that," It is an arabic letter" . Or the language used in Middle East.

Poor birdie, glad its off his little leg.

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Any idea what Emily is doing?

 

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Searching for pirate ships on the horizon?

Yes, Brad that is correct, and she found some gold and doesn't know what to do with it. Will you store it for her?

Observation of weather

Forecast is sunny and 75

I have a similar one to see sugar degree of fruit. I guess she is checking the concentration of urine or blood?

Antenna you are getting close. Can you be more specific?

Checking for sugar in the urine?

Using a refractometer

Checking the salinity of something

Checking the chlorine in water?

Nope, not a chlorine test.

Hemokaleidoscope?

Isn’t that Jud Fry’s device from Oklahoma?

About to cause serious eye injury by igniting a lightsaber?

Am I allowed to answer (LVT)? I'll post it in code: USG

Checking the specific gravity of urine or some other bodily fluids. Helps you to determine the level of "solids" in a liquid.

Coolant protection level

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