In 2019, my parents volunteered to run our booth for penguin adoptions at the Salem Holiday Market in Oregon. We are grateful for their help, but unfortunately, we didn’t give them all the information they needed about our penguins.
They set up our booth, innovated a way to show off our posters and photos, and help people find the perfect penguin to adopt while finding our penguins their forever families. They really did a great job, except for one thing: They allowed Paul to be adopted without Paula!
Many of the 17 to 21 species of penguins mate for life. As my wife was making the two penguins, she noticed that they were always looking at each other. They naturally went together. They looked at each other with such love in their eyes; we knew we wanted them to be adopted together. My parents didn’t know that.
So now, Paula is sad and looking for Paul. We want to reunite the lovebirds. If you know who adopted Paul or you’re that person, please contact us, so Paul and Paula can be together again.
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