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I need to adopt them both!!!

A New York state animal rescue group is being flooded with donations thanks to photos of the unlikely friendship between a pigeon who can’t fly and a Chihuahua puppy who can’t walk. Sue Rogers, founder of the Rochester-based nonprofit animal rescue group the Mia Foundation, took in Herman the pigeon a little over a year ago when he was found unable to move in a car dealership parking lot. Other rescue groups told Rogers that Herman’s ability to fly could not be restored and he would be euthanized, so she decided to keep him as her own pet. The pigeon went viral when Rogers shared photos and videos of Herman bonding with the rescue group’s latest arrival, a Chihuahua puppy named Little Lundy. Lundy is unable to walk due to problems with his hind legs that is most likely caused by a spinal cord issue.