djcat595 says Nope. It's not Alvin, Simon, and Theodore! But these 4 week old Eastern Chipmunks were admitted the other day after their mother was killed. They are doing well & will stay at our Wildlife Center for about 6 weeks before we can release them. Also, you might be wondering about the white blotches. We use strategically placed white-out to identify patients so that we can give them the individualized care that they need.
ladyjoker92 says Chase was adopted from an animal shelter and he had a pretty rough start to life, once we had him he was constantly hyper and a bit of a hellion. One day at a pet store some women came in dropped a 6 week old kitten at our feet and left so of course we brought him home. Chase immediately adopted the little fella as his own and has now calmed down immensely.
erinrussell21 says She posed herself in my craft photo booth shortly after we brought her home from the shelter. She passed away from liver failure on my birthday, last Friday. We will miss her demanding fresh water with ice in it every day.
dysonr88 says This little girl was found during a thunderstorm. She was wet and shaking, and she let us pick her up and bring her inside. She has a broken leg, but she is all patched up and on the road to recovery.
April says: "This is Lionel. He and his brother Ritchie were abandoned and my fiancé found them. They were two weeks old, covered in ticks, skinny and filthy. Now they are fat happy puppies that will hopefully be adopted by a wonderful family when they are old enough."
It's wonderful to know that Lionel and Ritchie are being taken care of and loved!
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