Children's Hospital Wants To Reunite Lost Owl With Owner

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Children's Hospital Wants To Reunite Lost Owl With Owner


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Crumlin Children's Hospital is trying to reunite one of its patients with a lost teddy.

The toy owl was left at the hospital on Wednesday, where staff say he is "waiting for his family at the CMRF Kindness Cart on the ground floor beside the canteen."

"He has golden eyes, a thick grey coat of feathers and a blue stripe down the front", and is "about 20cm tall."

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

He’s waiting for his owner at the CMRF Kindness Cart to be collected.


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