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Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin wants to reunite this owl with its owners

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OUR LADY’S HOSPITAL in Crumlin is currently playing host to a new visitor, lads.

And yep, it’s this lad.

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And while the good folk at the hospital are more than happy to take him under their wing for the time being, something tells them that he might be happier at home with his owners.

Yes, we’re welling up; what of it?

Speaking to DailyEdge.ie, the owl’s temporary owners filled us in on all the details.

This little owl was left at Crumlin hospital yesterday. He has golden eyes, a thick grey coat of feathers and a blue stripe down the front. He is about 20cm tall.

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Naturally, we got ourselves in a heap wondering if the owl is homesick, but rest assured he has made plenty of pals this week.

The owner should not worry, because the CMRF staff are taking very good care of him.

Sure, no better people for the job!

So, if this little lad is a member of your family, where should you go to reunite?

Here are the details:

He’s waiting for his family at the CMRF Kindness Cart on the ground floor beside the canteen. He’s waiting to be collected!

Fingers crossed, people!

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