CORINNA, Maine (CBS) — “Love finds a way” is clearly the guiding message for a couple in Maine caring for two ducks. One of those ducks has disabilities.

They call him Wry – he has what’s known as wry neck, a condition that makes it hard for him to hold his neck up. This also puts stress on his legs and he regularly loses his balance.

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“He wasn’t catching himself, he was kind of like tumbling over,” Wry’s owner April Souza said.

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Wry the duck (Image via CNN)

But the couple turned to the internet and found a creative way to help.

“I was looking up ideas online,” Souza said. “I found chicken wheelchairs, so I was like, ‘I bet I can do that with ducks.'”

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Wry’s parents hope he won’t have to use the wheelchair forever, just until he builds up the strength to be able to walk without falling over.