I've had a aweful two days of trying to rescue a sick wild bird of a ledge outside my window (I'm 3 floors up) you can't get onto the ledge and can only lean so far out of my window. I've today got the RSPCA rescue out, they too had problems and as the inspector was just trying to get a net over the birdie when the bird fell, we both rushed down expecting him to be on the front but couldnt find him anywhere, theyve looked in the garden/road but nothing,they said they couldnt do anymore unless he comes back or I find him, so I knocked the neighbours doors either side of me the one was great and said she go and have a look and keep a eye out, but the other said he wouldnt waste his time looking for vermin!! (the birdie is a feral pigeon) I'm so upset and angry now, both because I cant find the birdie to help him, and at my neighbours response, how can you be so heartless to another living creature? I felt like having a go at him, but walked away, now Im sitting here wondering whether I should have said something. If you say things in situations like that it sometimes causes more trouble and if you dont you have to deal with the anger your left with, which is what I'm doing now,, did I do right walking away or should I have had ago about his lack of compassion?