Marwyn found a home

By From page A6 | March 27, 2013

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MARWYN, a a 15-year-old China White gander, will avoid euthanasia and be placed in a new home in Auburn. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Marwyn the goose, whose plight was detailed in a March 22 Mountain Democrat article, has found a home in which to live the life he is accustomed to. Not only does Marwyn have “an amazing home with amazing people,” according to his owner, Laurie Bryson, but his goose wife, Sonora, also has a stay of execution and a new home with Marwyn.

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