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A Perfect Resting Spot for a Rescued Hummingbird Baby!

hummingbird sits in cat grassCandice, one of Priscilla’s 100% Natural sales reps, rescued this precious little hummingbird baby from one of her Ralph’s stores while out making the rounds.

“I set her down in a fresh a pot of live kitty grass – she was so happy to have a soft spot to rest,” said Candice.

She has a big heart for critters – Thank you Candice!

Did you know?

Hummingbirds typically feed in many small meals, consuming many small invertebrates and up to twelve times their own body weight in nectar each day. They spend an average of 10–15% of their time feeding and 75–80% sitting and digesting. That’s a lot of perching to make up for the energy they use when they hover in mid-air by rapidly flapping their wings 12–80 times per second (depending on the species).