Lemon connects with everyone. She's imprinted on people so she treats them as part of her flock. She's highly intelligent and has her own unique personality. Over the years, Lemon and I have learned each other's language. When Lemon is not visiting friends, she's swimming, going for outings with the family, or zooming around in her Lemobile. She even likes having her picture taken. She's quite the ham.
People often tell me that Lemon is lucky to have me, but really I'm the lucky one. I've experienced and learned so much about people, animals, and how to help those with challenges, from Lemon. She's a whole lot of duck in one little package and she's one quacktastic friend!
Check out this video of Lemon in NH with her cousins, playing under the sprinkler. She has a quacktastic time. You can hear her quacking (girls are louder) to get the kids to play - and also quacking and rubbing her head, since water gets her into "preening mode"! She also likes to "bop" like she's in a bird bath. Our friend Serenity is always there to help her when she needs it, whether it's to help her lift her head back up, to be sure she's safe or for a snuggle. She loves being part of everything!