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New England Wildlife Center nursing baby skunk, other orphaned baby animals back to health

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“Friends it is busy here and we could use your help!

We are in peak baby season and we are taking in more animals by the minute! From skunks, to raccoons, to injured turtles we are working hard to make sure they all get the care they need to make it back to the wild. We we could really use your help to purchase some critical animal care supplies to help us make it through!

Would you share this post and consider sending something? A donation from our wishlist or a contribution of any dollar amount is a huge help!

Just take this little skunk. He came in today weak, dehydrated and covered in fly eggs after he lost his mom. Our vet team worked all morning to clean him up and by this afternoon he was eating formula like a champ! This little guy alone will require over 100 hours of care before he’s ready to return to the wild. By purchasing a care item or making a donation you are helping him and thousands of other animals get a second chance this year.

Thank you so much for your support!

Link to our Amazon Wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2WW4SGSTGNGNG/ref=hz_ls_biz_ex?fbclid=IwAR0GKwDhnplvX_XNggBBDof_xqCxBEwJm4Arj-N36Aj98avVNJULqygBX70
Link to Donate: https://go.payinvoice.com/newildlife/donation/” -New England Wildlife Center.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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