Homosexual birds all over the world are celebrating today after a pair of gay flamingos were allowed to adopt a chick. Carlos and Fernando, who have been a couple for five years have finally got the go ahead to start their own family at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) in Slimbridge.
The flamingos have been asking to adopt a chick for four years and their prayers were finally granted this week when a chick came up for adoption unexpectedly.
A sobbing Carlos today commented, " This is a victory for gay avian couples all over the world, no longer will we have to steal eggs from other nests in an attempt to raise young."
Hernandez, who has taken to wearing rainbow scarves around the wetlands pond he shares with Carlos and 400 other flamingos was also overjoyed, A spokesman for the Trust stated" We expect a flood of adoption requests from birds and possibly other animals to flood in. We already have guinea pigs being fostered with gay rabbit couples and a pair of gay magpies are thinking of taking on a local orphan boy"