Butterfly Rescue!

by Zilla | January 12th, 2018

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Butterfly Rescue!

A woman found a Monarch but­ter­fly who was born with a torn wing and would be unable to fly and live out his lit­tle but­ter­fly life, so she decided to try to save him with surgery! Via Sunny Skyz:

Romy McCloskey has a good rea­son to cher­ish but­ter­flies more than most peo­ple. Before her mother passed away, she said, “Romy, don’t worry. When­ever you see but­ter­flies, just know it’s me check­ing in on you to let you know I’m OK, and that I love you.”

So when Romy found a Monarch but­ter­fly with an injured wing, she took it upon her­self to save its life by turn­ing her home office into an insect oper­at­ing room.

Romy took to Face­book to share the story.

The patient: this 3-​day-​old lit­tle boy was born with torn upper and lower wings. Let’s see how we can help!

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

The oper­at­ing room. Towel, scis­sors, tweez­ers, talc, con­tact cement, tooth­pick and my sweet girl who died ear­lier last week (for wings.)

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

Secur­ing the lit­tle guy down with the bent hanger, as I cut away the dam­aged pieces. Don’t worry, it doesn’t hurt. It’s like trim­ming hair or nails.

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

The dam­aged pieces of wings.

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

Ta-​da! He’s fin­ished! You can see that the black lines in is upper right wing don’t match up 100%.

woman performs surgery on butterfly

Click HERE to see how the story ends!

If my daugh­ter sees this post, I would not be sur­prised if she wanted to set up a bug surgery clinic some­where in our house. That girl is always res­cu­ing all kinds of insects, and also spiders.

You can learn more about the King of the But­ter­flies, the Monarch But­ter­fly, HERE, and you can read about why these crea­tures are vitally impor­tant and how you can help them at the US Fish and Wildlife Ser­vice web­site, HERE.

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MJ Steven­son, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla​.com. She lives in a wood­land shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her fam­ily and a large pack of guardian com­pan­ion ani­mals.

A woman found a Monarch butterfly who was born with a torn wing and would be unable to fly and live out his little butterfly life, so she decided to try to save him with surgery! Via Sunny Skyz:

Romy McCloskey has a good reason to cherish butterflies more than most people. Before her mother passed away, she said, “Romy, don’t worry. Whenever you see butterflies, just know it’s me checking in on you to let you know I’m OK, and that I love you.”

So when Romy found a Monarch butterfly with an injured wing, she took it upon herself to save its life by turning her home office into an insect operating room.

Romy took to Facebook to share the story.

The patient: this 3-day-old little boy was born with torn upper and lower wings. Let’s see how we can help!

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

The operating room. Towel, scissors, tweezers, talc, contact cement, toothpick and my sweet girl who died earlier last week (for wings.)

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

Securing the little guy down with the bent hanger, as I cut away the damaged pieces. Don’t worry, it doesn’t hurt. It’s like trimming hair or nails.

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

The damaged pieces of wings.

woman performs surgery on butterfly
Romy McCloskey

Ta-da! He’s finished! You can see that the black lines in is upper right wing don’t match up 100%.

woman performs surgery on butterfly

Click HERE to see how the story ends! 

If my daughter sees this post, I would not be surprised if she wanted to set up a bug surgery clinic somewhere in our house. That girl is always rescuing all kinds of insects, and also spiders.

You can learn more about the King of the Butterflies, the Monarch Butterfly, HERE, and you can read about why these creatures are vitally important and how you can help them at the US Fish and Wildlife Service website, HERE.

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MJ Stevenson, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla.com. She lives in a woodland shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her family and a large pack of guardian companion animals. 

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