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remembersarah says: "This is my miracle bunny, Nubs. I placed him on his back so it'd be easier to see why he is named in such a way. He is missing half of his hind legs, as well as his tail because his mother chewed them off the day after he was born. He was bleeding quite a bit, so I was afraid he wouldn't make it, but after plenty of special attention and prayer, Nubs miraculously survived. Now he is several months old, healthy, and his little nubs have healed nicely."

You are a hero! Nubs looks so happy!

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Megelyse44 says: "Here is little Baggins. Starving and hopeless, he crawled right into my hands. My friend and I took him to a wildlife rescue sanctuary. I hope he is having a happy little squirrel life."

Thank you for rescuing widdle Baggins, and I know we are all hoping he has a happy, healthy, squirrel life at the sanctuary - maybe even back in the wild one day!

-Sally Squeeps

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Little Louise fell out of a tree during a storm in Australia and then her mother rejected her. Luckily some very nice people found the baby koala and took care of her. The tiny cutie immediately caught the attention of The Daily Telegraph who shared her story and took these fabulous photos. You can follow Louise's journey over on the HKPS Koala Rescue Facebook page.

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