Bonnie and Clyde, a couple of swans named after Bonnie and Clyde, dwell in a lake in Crewe, England. Visitors to the location are familiar with the charming duo, since it is unusual for them to be separated. Bonnie’s limb trouble was recently spotted by some lake visitors, who called the RSPCA for assistance.
According to The Dodo, the RSPCA dispatched a water rescue team to Bonnie as soon as they knew of the swan case, but she was apprehensive about joining them and abandoning Clyde.
“Because the female swan was such a fighter, it took four members of our water rescue team and two rescue rafts to get her to safety.”
Bonnie was taken to the RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Center, where her leg was treated right away so she could get back to Clyde as quickly as possible. Bonnie’s leg will not entirely heal owing to a previous untreated injury, but her rescuers were able to get her back to the water.
Fortunately, Bonnie and her boyfriend are well-liked in the town, so if a crisis arises, people will make sure she receives prompt assistance.
Bonnie was ultimately returned to the lake, and, of course, to the side of her great love Clyde, after being hauled away by the RSPCA for approximately a month. Everyone was ecstatic to see the swans reunited, and the encounter did not disappoint.
Happy Bonnie and Clyde couldn’t stop stroking each other because they were so happy. This couple’s relationship became stronger over their time apart, and everyone wishes they would never be apart again.