A strange gray duck, found once by Rob Adamson, was wounded and would have died if the man had not taken the bird with him and did not start nursing him.
But in a gray body, rather large and a little awkward for a duckling, there lived tremendous willpower and a craving for life.
After the duckling had its wing dislocated and food was prescribed, Rob learned from the veterinary clinic specialists that a swan chick had fallen into his hands.
The man did not give up and began to nurse the unusual pet. To do this, he had to carry it with him everywhere, becoming practically a father and mother for this lump of fluff – as the little swan desperately missed him when Robert left.
And feeding the chick had to take place strictly on schedule.
Soon, the swan named Sydney became so attached to Rob that he even lay down to sleep next to him.
The swan and Rob became inseparable: together they walked, traveled, and visited the store.
And Sydney also had a friend unusual for a bird – another pet of the owner, a Chihuahua dog, with whom the swan became surprisingly close friends.
However, Robert decided that one should not go against nature, and took Sydney to animal rights activists so that they would adopt him to life in the wild and find a mate.
But the swan decided that his family was Rob and the little dog, and flatly refused to stay free.
“What else have you thought of?! Live on the street, and even fly away somewhere? No, I have a family!” so probably decided Sidney.