Last December I took in a tagged injured Oriental racing pigeon. I did not contact the owner as I knew they would kill him. Billy, started feeding in my garden in August 2015 and flying of everyday about 4pm. In December I noticed he was not right. Took him to my vet to find that he had been over raced and lost the use of muscles in his left wing. So he came to live indoors with me, my dog and cat. Ten days ago, three baby pigeons were in my garden looking very timid. Very sadly a cat got one of them, so I decided to bring the other two in as they were huddled together soaking wet and were not flying off with the other birds. Something clearly wrong. Another vet visit. Both Dolly and Jack had possibly been poisoned, rendering them partially blind. Jack had also been attacked by something and has undergone treatment to get rid of an abscess. So he is the weaker one at the moment. I had the choice of Euthanasia or they come live with me. I brought them home. As they were weak and in new territory i kept them in a cage to start. Dolly was picking on Jack in the cage, so I put Jack in another cage. He is the more timid one. They get on fine out of the cage and huddle together. Dolly has been flying around and can find her way to the curtain rails, TV and doors, especially if she is being chased by Billy. The problem i have is Billy is either trying to give her pigeon love or attack her. Aggressively pulling Dolly's feathers out the one chance he had to get to her. He is constantly chasing her around the house and she is quite scared and shaky. Who can blame her. Billy is very big compared to her and Jack and quite intimidating. I have contacted charities such as Wildlife aid in Leatherhead. They will put them down. Not acceptable! They do not have to be together, but is there anybody who can take in Dolly or Jack? Bearing in mind Dolly is partially blind. Jack, well the jury is still out on that one as he seems to be able to see much better but due to the abscess on his body by his wing he is still recovering. They would both make lovely pets for a pigeon fan. I hope someone can help these two sweet little souls.