HUDSON, Colo. — Maybe a group of emus is called a "mob" for a reason.
At Creative Acres Animal Sanctuary, a family of emus rejected a poor, lonely bird named Singleton.
"That's why I named him Singleton, because he was single, by himself," founder Maxine Mager told Denver7. "Nobody liked him."
But after years of raising him herself, Singleton has a new — and unique — forever family. You can see Singleton and his new family in the video above.
If you would like to support Creative Acres Animal Sanctuary, you can donate here.