A 12-year-old boy with autism is at risk of losing his two service ducks after officials in his Michigan town allegedly received complaints about the animals from neighbors.
Dylan Dyke, of Georgetown Township, keeps his two ducks, named Nibbles and Bill, in a pen behind the family’s home, WOODTV.com reported.
“These ducks are his everything,” Jen Dyke, the boy’s mother, told the news outlet. “They’re his whole life.”
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