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Rescued Magpie Becomes Lifelong Friend With The Family That Saved Her Life

A magpie named Penguin, that was rescued and nursed by a family from Newport, has now become a lifelong friend of the Blooms. She plays with the family daily and also seeks refuge at the residence of Blooms during harsh weather conditions.

The magpie was spotted by the Blooms in 2013, when she was lying on the ground. The daughter Noah, who was aged 11, along with her parents Cameron and Sam, nursed the magpie back to health. Once it was cured, the family let Penguin go, but it continued to visit their place often.

Each day, the magpie sees off the children when they leave for school and also welcomes them when they are back. She expresses her affection towards the family members by flapping its wings and wagging its tail.

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“Little baby magpie came into our lives when she fell from a tree at about 3 weeks old”

Rescued Magpie

“We gradually nursed her back to health with a proper Magpie diet and lots of cuddles”

Rescued Magpie

“She watches tv, jumps on the tramp with the kids, flies into our bed in the morning and cuddles up”

Rescued Magpie

“I never thought she’d become as much a part of the family as she has. [The kids] love her like a dog, but better”

Rescued Magpie

Rescued Magpie

“She’s free to fly – she often will just hang out around us in the morning then when the kids go to school she’ll do her own thing”

Rescued Magpie

“If you flap your arms like wings – she’ll flap her wings”

Rescued Magpie

Rescued Magpie

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