Florida Wildlife Alternatives Incoming Wildlife 2010
01-05-2010  A young squirrel was found in a parking lot at Lowes. The concern citizen of Hernando County gave
us a call and we picked him up. An assessment was done. It is a very young female that needs a little help
growing up.
02-06-2010 This little girl is growing up fast and has been moved to the outside housings. 03-01-2010
This little girl has grown up and wanted out of her housing. She has been released.
01-01-2010 A young raccoon was brought to Animal Emergency after being hit by a car. Concerns citizens of
Pasco County rescued him. He has a fracture jaw and a badly cut tongue. He could also have a fracture to his
right foot. We brought him to Dr. Ned Szempruch of Three Oaks Veterinary Services for a further examination.
We named him Crash and he is on a liquid diet.
02-06-2010 Crash is doing great. He is starting to eat solid foods.
We let him out of his housing and he is climbing around and looking down at us.
02-26-2010 Crash went back to
the Vet today and had his jaw unwired. He is doing great.
03-13-2010 Crash did remarkably well and wanted out of
his cage. Crash was release in a safe place. Keep your nose up wind my little friend.
01-08-2010 We received a call about a injured egret. We pick the bird up and a assessment was done. She has a
badly broken wing but was alert. We rushed her to Deltona Animal Emergency and are waiting for a call from
them.
01-10-2010 This little egret has pass away. Her wounds were critical and she lost a lot of blood. May you fly
free and high in heaven my little friend,
01-07-2010 A call came in about a raccoon in Pasco County. A assessment was done. It was a young juvenile
male and what seem to be distemper. We brought him to Animal Emergency and tests came back to be true. This
little guy was put to sleep.
May you run and play in heaven my little friend.
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02-01-2010 We received a call about two baby raccoons. Their mother was hit by a car and died. Before she
passed away, she manage to crawl to the tree where the babies were born to save her children. She died at the
base of the tree. The two baby raccoons were staying at her side waiting for her to wake up. Concern citizens of
Pasco County called another rehab and they brought them to our facility. Assessments are being done now on
the two babies and they seem to be healthy. This story brought a tear to our eyes. The mother raccoon saved
her babies and we will make a promise to raise them for her.
02-03-2010 We received a call about a baby raccoon coming up to a home dragging his back leg begging for
food. Concern citizens caught the little fella, brought him to us and we rushed him to Dr. Ned Szempruch of
Three Oaks Veterinary. After the assessment and x-rays, the little fella had two broken back legs and is not
going to be releasable. We named him Turbo. He is eating and doing fine.
02-04-2010 We pick a  baby squirrel up and brought it back to the facility. Concern citizens for wildlife found it and
gave us a call. An assessment is being done now but it looks like it was attack by a cat. She is in very bad shape
with bite marks on her face. It is a little girl and we are giving her antibiotic's for infection.
02-09-2010 The little
baby girl has past away from complications from her wounds. May you be free in heaven my little friend
.
02-05-2010 Another call came in about a baby squirrel. We think it is from the same family as on 02-04-2010.
Assessment is being done now and it looks like he was attack by a cat also. It is a male.
03-01-2010 The wounds
have healed and he is growing up and doing fine.
04-24-2010 This little guy has grown up and has been released.
02-08-2010 A concern citizen for wildlife in Pasco County called about a raccoon with an injured leg in his yard.
When we arrived we could not believe our eye's. It was an Albino raccoon. We rush it to Dr. Ned Szempruch of
Three Oaks Veterinary and a assessment was done. It is a male and weights seventeen lbs. He has puncture
wounds to his front legs and back, he is loaded with parasites, and having seizures. He is not aggressive at all.
He is receiving medication for his wounds to his legs and parasites. We also are giving him medication for his
seizures. His name is Casper.
02-10-2010 Dr. Szempruch called in more seizure medication to Walgreens. We
have to stop the seizures or he will die. We are staying with him around the clock.
02-13-2010 It is with great
sadness that we have to report Casper has past away. Our hearts are heavy and broken that we could not save
this little guy.
Be free of pain, run free and play in heaven my little friend.
02-16-2010 A citizen of Pasco found an injured Hawk and brought it to the facility late Tuesday. It looks to be a
copper Hawk. It was not moving it legs and would not eat or drink anything. We are thinking some form of spinal
injury. He is at the Emergency Vet now. 02-17-2010 Because of his spinal cord injury, and not moving his legs or
claws they could not save this little critter.
Fly high, fast and free in heaven my little friend.
02-17-2010 Pasco County workers saved a baby squirrel when a tree was cut down. It is a male approx six weeks
old. It had no wounds or marks and seems to be healthy. It is a baby girl.
03-01-2010 This little girl is eating and
doing fine. She has been moved to a outside housing.
04-24-2010 This baby girl has grown up and has been
released.
02-23-2010 Pasco County workers saw a rabbit get hit by a car on little road. They rescued the little critter and
called us. An assessment was done. It is a grown female with injuries to her back leg. We rushed it to the
Emergency Clinic. X rays were done and it looks like she has a broken pelvic and leg.
02-24-2010 This little girl
had to be put to sleep. She also had injuries to her back.
May you run fast and free in heaven little girl.
02-23-2010 A concern citizen of Pasco County saw a injured raccoon in a ball park off of Shady Hills Road. We
captured the little fella an a assessment was done. It is a juvenile male approx seven months old with a small
injury to one of his front legs. He is in quarantine for now. He is eating and drinking.
03-08-2010 This little guy is
doing great. He is using both front legs and is mean as a snake.
03-13-2010 This Little fella did really well and has
been released in a safe place.
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03-08-2010 A concern citizen of Hernando County found a injured raccoon in his garbage can. He brought the
raccoon to the facility. It is a young male raccoon approx five months old and he has a injury to his back leg in
the thigh area. The leg does not appear to be broken. He is very thin. We named him Richard.  He has a
appointment 9:00am Tuesday at Three Oaks Veterinary to see the Doctor.9:00am
 03-09-2010  X-rays have
shown that this little guy has been thru hell. He was hit by a car when he was approx three months old. He had a
broken jaw, broken front leg, and a broken back leg. The bones have healed but not correctly. His knee cap and
elbow have heal to the side a little.
04-11-2010 This little guy was rushed to the doctor because we noticed he had
stop eating. He has a very serous bone infection on his back leg that is spreading. We will keep you updated.

04-16-2010
It breaks our hearts to tell you that this little fella has pass away from the infection. May you be free of
pain and run fast and play in heaven my little friend.
Please Do Not Release Any Non-Native Animal Into Florida's Wilderness.
This Is Very Important For Florida's Natural Wildlife and Habitat.
Please Give Us A Call And We Will Fine A Home For It.
03-10-2010 We received a call about a pig in the Shady Hills area. When we arrived it was a black pot belly pig
and was cornered in someone's yard. We captured the little guy and brought him back to the facility. He was very
thin and starving. We gave him food and water and then he fell sound asleep. This had to be someone's pet and
they just dropped him off into the woods.
03-16-2010 This little guy laid down one afternoon and pasted away. We
don't know if it was because he went so long without food or if it were some kind of parasites.
May you always be
free and happy in heaven my little boy.
03-10-2010 A call came in from Hernando county about a baby squirrel. The concern citizen said it fell out of a
very high tree and it was getting dark. She brought the baby over to the facility. A assessment was done. It is a
female gray squirrel. She seems to be healthy with no wounds or marks. She is taking formula from us.
03-31-2010 This little girl is growing up fast and had been moved to a outside housing. 04-26-2010 This baby girl
has grown up and has been released.
03-21-2010 A call came in from Pasco County, New Port Richy area about two baby raccoons. A young girl named
Angel and her parents found the babies in a garbage can. An assessment was done. They were two baby
raccoons and were just hours old. They were male and female. Their umbilical cord were still attached. They had
no open wounds or cuts but were very cold from the rain. We immediately put them on a heating pad. We are
hoping they did not inhale any water. We will keep you updated.
03-22-2010 Concern citizen from Brandon called about a orphan baby raccoon. It was late into the evening and
we had to travel 56 miles round trip to meet the citizen halve way. A assessment was done and we found no
wounds or marks. It is a male approx four to six weeks old. As soon as Laurie started talking to him he became
very vocal to her. He was hungry and started excepting formula.
08-30-2010 This little fella is growing up and has
been moved to a outside housing with thirteen other's.
03-24-2010 A concern citizen for wildlife called about a raccoon in her yard in Pasco County. We captured the
little guy and brought him back to the facility. An assessment was done and we found no open wounds or marks.
He was disoriented and we are expecting distemper. He is in quarantine but his chances do not look good.

03-30-2010
This little guy had a bad case of distemper and could not recover from it. He was put to sleep. May
you find peace and happiness in heaven my little friend.
03-28-2010 We received a call from a concern citizen for wildlife in Pasco County about a Oppossum. She found
a dead Oppossum in her yard but attached to her were eleven babies. She brought all of them to the facility. An
assessment was done and they seem to be in good health. They are all on a heating pad and are being tubed
for formula.
10-28-2010 These little guys have grown up and have been released in a safe place.
03-29-2010 A call came in about a raccoon that was trapped. He was climbing around someone's house causing
damage to the screen pool area. They did not want to bring it to animal control to be put down. They brought
him to our facility. An assessment was done. It is a male approx six months old. He had no wounds or marks. He
is eating and drinking and seems very healthy. We will keep him in quarantine for a while and then he will be
released in a safe place. The little critter just got himself into a little trouble.
04-01-2010 Their was nothing wrong
with this little guy. He got his belly full of food and water and wanted out of his cage to be free. He was released

in a safe place.
04-03-2010 We received a call about a raccoon laying around near the woods behind Sweet Bay on Little Road
in Pasco County. Concern citizens for our wildlife were worried that something was wrong with this little critter.
We captured the little guy and brought him back to the facility. An assessment was done. It was a young female
raccoon less than a year old. She has burn marks on her face, tongue and chest. Her whiskers were burned off.
She is drinking water and eating a little. We are giving her antibiotic's, cream to her burns and ointment to her
eye's. This upsets us to think someone tortured this little girl.  We will try giving her some soft food. We also
cannot rule out distemper so she will be kept in quarantine. We want to say thank you to the people that saved
this little girl and tried to get her some help. Her name will be Sweet Bay.
04-08-2010 It is with great sadness that
we have to tell you Sweet Bay has passed away from her injuries.
May you always run free, have many friends
and be happy in heaven my little girl.
LET'S SAVE OUR WILDLIFE
04-05-2010 Another little fella got himself in trouble around someone's house and had to be removed. He is a
healthy young male raccoon less than a year old. He is eating, drinking and now resting. He will be released in a
safer place.
04-08-2010 This fella wanted out of his cage and has been released in a safer place.
04-10-2010 A little raccoon named Lilly arrived at our facility today. We became the adopted parents of this little
girl. Her owners from St. Petersburg new the day would come when they would have to find her a new home.
They search all over the counties until they found Florida Wildlife Alternatives. They did a wonderful job raising
her and she is a little darling. We do not know how much she is imprinted so we will take it one day at a time with
her.
04-26-2010 Lilly is imprinted. She has become part of our family inside the house. She will play and rest in
my lap. Gizmo loves her and plays with her when he can keep up. She runs and plays a little faster then Gizmo.  
 
We received a call from a citizen concern for our wildlife in Hernando County about a raccoon in a did an
assessment. He is a young male around a year old. He is very healthy and has no open wounds or marks. He
was very thirsty and he ate some food and fell asleep. We will keep him in quarantine for a while before
releasing him.
04-14-2010 This little guy is healthy and wanted out of his cage. He has been released in a safe
place.
04-14-2010 A call came in from a citizen concern for our wildlife in the Starkey area about a injured raccoon
around her home. She captured the little critter and brought him to the facility. An assessment was done. It is a
male around a year old. It seems he is favoring his left rear leg. There are no open wounds or marks. He is very
disoriented but he is eating and drinking. It looks like a classic case of distemper. We want to say thank you to
the concern citizen for getting this little guy to the facility and away from other animals and wildlife.
04-21-2010
This little guy had full blown distemper and was put to sleep.
May you fine happiness and peace in heaven my
friend  
04-15-2010 We received a call from the Dollar General Store on US 19 and Hudson Ave this evening. Someone
dropped off four baby raccoons in a box by the front door. The box had our name on it to call. An assessment
was done. They are about five days old. They seem healthy but hungry. Their are no wounds or open marks.
They are three males and one female. We want to say thank you to the manager of Dollar General for calling us
and getting these babies back on the road to recovery.
08-15-2010 Babies are growing up and have been moved
to an outside housing. Thirteen babies still want to play.
04-18-2010 This little darling was brought to the facility this morning. He came from Animal Emergency in St.
Petersburg. They treated him from what looks like a fall from a height and had a injury to his nose. He is a male
approx ten weeks old. He is clinging to Laurie and will not let go. We want to say Thank You to Animal
Emergency of St Petersburg for saving this little guy's life.
08-15-2010 He is in there somewhere growing up.
Thirteen babies still playing.
04-20-2010 We received a call about some baby ducks stuck down inside a storm drain. The storm drain was at
the EOC building at the Pasco County government center. We captured the little critters and they all seem to be
healthy and doing fine. They were just a few days old. We want to say thank you to the employee's of the EOC
for saving these little guys.
08-23-2010 These little guys have grown up and are ready to be released. We are
just looking for a safe place to release them.
10-29-2010 They are free.
04-21-2010 This little guy got himself into trouble around someone's home. He was trapped and brought to the
facility. An assessment was done. It is a male raccoon approx a year old. Their are no open wound or marks. He
seems to be very healthy and is eating and drinking. We will keep him a couple of days in quarantine before
releasing him.
04-25-2010 This guy is healthy and wanted his freedom. He has been released in a safe place.
04-22-2010 Another little guy got himself into trouble around someone's home. He was trapped and brought to
the facility. It is a male raccoon approx a year old. He seems to be very healthy and is eating and drinking. We
will keep him in quarantine for a couple of days before releasing him.
04-25-2010 This little guy is doing great and
wanted out of his cage. He has been released in a safe place.
04-26-2010 Concern citizens for our wildlife in Pasco County rescued this little rabbit. They brought it over to the
facility. There are no open wound or marks that we can see. Shock is one of the biggest problems for these little
guys so we have him in a nice warm quiet place.
04-28-2010 This little rabbit has past away from shock. May you
fine happiness and play in heaven my little friend.
04-26-2010 We received a call from Citrus County about two baby raccoons. They some how got in trouble from
the storm this past weekend and got lost. We cannot see any open wounds or marks and they seem to be
healthy. They are resting now. We want to say thank you to the concern citizens of Citrus County for saving
these two little critters.
08-15-2010 Babies are growing up and have been moved to the outside housing with
eleven others.
04-28-2010 This little friend was hit by a car on Fivay Rd in Pasco County. Pasco County Fire and Rescue saw
what happen and rescued the injured animal out of the road. The car that hit him never stopped. The little guys
both legs were crushed and he had other serious injuries. We rushed him to the Vet but their was nothing we
could do to save his life. He had to be put to sleep. We want to say thank you to Pasco Fire and Rescue for
your love and concern for our wildlife. Everyday you are saving lives and you found the time to stop and try to
save this little guy. Thank You.
04-28-2010 This little guy was found sleeping in someone's yard in Hudson. We woke him up and captured him. A
in quarantine. He is eating and drinking. We suspect distemper. 05-28-2010 For a month this little guy tried to
come back but could not. He started getting worst from the distemper and stopped eating. He was put to sleep.
May you fine happiness and comfort in heaven my little guy.
05-30-2010 Concern citizens of Brooksville found a baby raccoon on the ground. It fell from a high tree. They
brought it over to our facility and a assessment was done. It is a female around three weeks old. There are no
open wounds or marks. She is very thin and dehydrated. Her tongue is white and she is very weak. We are
given her fluids to stabilize her. The next 48 hours are critical. We want to say thank you to the couple that
found her and trying to save her life.
05-31-2010 We gave the baby fluids every two hours and she made it thru
the night but she is getting weaker and in bad shape. At 3:35 this afternoon she gave up and past away. We
are heart broken knowing she didn't have a chance to grow up.
May you grow up and have fun and play in
heaven my little baby girl.
06-06-2010 We received a call at 3:00am in the morning from the Pasco County Sheriff's dept about a raccoon
walking around the parking lot of the 7-11 at Moon lake Rd and S.T. 52. We captured the little guy and we could
tell that he had distemper. He did not put up a fight. We put him in a carrier and he fell sound asleep. We will
keep him in quarantine. We want to say thank you to the Pasco County Sheriff's officer for having compassion
for our wildlife to see if this little guy could be saved.
06-11-2010 It is with great sadness to tell you that this little
guy has past away from distemper.
Be happy, play and run fast in heaven my little friend.
06-07-2010 A call came in about a baby raccoon falling from a tree in the Meadow brook area. A assessment was
done. It is a little female approx two to three weeks old. There are no open wounds or marks. She is taking
formula and resting.
06-07-2010 This little girl got herself into trouble around someone's pool in the Brooksville area. She was trapped
by the owner and brought to our facility. She is very young and healthy. We will keep her in quarantine for a
while before releasing her in a safe place.
06-13-2010 This girl wanted out of her cage and she was letting us
know it. She was released in a safe place.
06-08-2010 Concern citizens of Pasco county rescued this baby raccoon from Montervarve Rd. A assessment
was done. Their were no open wounds or marks. She was hungry and thirsty. She was found walking near a
shed during the day. She is eating, drinking and doing fine.
06-08-2010 We received a call about a baby raccoon near ST Road 52. We picked the baby up and brought it
back to the facility. She is a female approx two to three weeks old. She is dehydrated and thin. She is taking
formula and is resting
06-11-2010 These two little critters were found walking around during the day looking for food at the Hernando
Landfill. They were rescued and brought to the facility. They are thin and hungry and are brother and sister.
They are eating and resting now. They have a attitude which is a good thing,
06-11-2010 Pasco County Sheriff's Dept found this raccoon laying on the side of the road. They did not know
if she got hit by a car or not. She is a adult female raccoon. There are no open wounds or marks. She looks like
she is pregnant and having a hard time. The officer put a towel over but had to leave. We picked her up. We
want to say Thank You to that officer for caring for our wildlife. She will be going to Vet.
06-12-2010 X-rays
showed no broken bones but still could have some internal injuries. She was glanced by a car and she had just
given birth earlier. She is grieving.
07-31-2010 Mom raccoon is doing fine and is outside in a housing with a friend.
06-12-2010 This young little girl was rescued by concern citizens of Hernando County. They came all the way
from St road 50 and St road 41to the facility. A assessment was done and she had no open wound or marks.
She was showing signs of distemper. She is eating and drinking but the out come does not look good for this
little female.
06-24-2010 Distemper in this baby girl is full blown and she has been put to sleep. May you run fast
and play in heaven my little baby girl.
06-12-2010 We received a call at 3:00am in the morning from the Pasco County Sheriff's Dept. A Barred Owl
was standing in the road on Plath Road. The officer blocked the lane but the owl never moved. When we
arrived we captured the bird and did a assessment on his wings. While the officer held the light, we found he
had a broken wing. He was brought to the vet and the wing was set back into place. He is recuperating now.
We want to say thank you to the officer for saving this beautiful birds life. We will keep you updated.
06-28-2010 We received a call about a baby fawn. The fawn was trapped in a mud bog and was sinking.
Concern citizens of Clearwater saved this little guy and brought him to us. Their is no open wounds or marks.
He had a few ticks on him and they were removed. He is a male, just a few days to a week old. He is sucking
down formula and seems to be doing fine. They named him Bambi. He will be going to Dr Ned of Three Oaks
Veterinary Services for a complete check up.
07-02-2010 Bambi is taking 35oz of formula a day. Starting to put
on weight.
07-13-2010 Bambi had her first visit with Dr. Ned and she is doing fine. She weights nine pounds and
drinking over 40oz of formula a day.
09-12-2010 Bambi is doing great and is weaned. She will be going to the
outside pen.
07-15-2010 A little baby raccoon came to our facility from a Largo Vet in Pinellas County. The little critter was
found on a golf course and every attempt to find his mom was made. He is approx 26 days old and is in good
health. He is eating and purring. We want to say thank you to the Largo Vet and staff for caring and saving this
little darling. His ear was marked red. We call him Red Ear.
10-30-2010 Red ear is doing great. He is going to be
moved to an outside housing soon. He is a little darling.
07-15-2010  Concern citizens for wildlife in Hernando County found two baby rabbits in their yard. Their was a
snake around so they rescued these two little critters and brought them to the facility. They are doing fine and
lapping formula. We will keep you updated.
07-15-2010  These two little opossums were rescued by concern citizens for wildlife in Pasco County. They were
found in the road next to the mother that was hit by a car. They were brought to the facility. An assessment was
done and we found no marks or open wounds. We want to say thank you for saving these two little critters.
They are doing fine and taking formula.
07-18-2010 These two baby raccoons were found in a yard by a mom and her son. They made every attempt to
locate the raccoon mom but with no luck. They drove from Dunedin to bring them to the facility. An assessment
was done. They are two baby male raccoons less than 21 days old. Their eye's are not open yet. One had a
cut on his neck and larva was forming. They were hungry and dehydrated. We cleaned the wound and treated
it with medication. We immediately gave them gator aid for the dehydration. They both now are taking formula
and seem to be doing fine. We want to say thank you to the mom and son for saving these two little critters.
Their names are Farley and Sokka.           
07-24-2010 Little Farley started having seizures this week and has
passed away.
May you play and have fun in heaven my little friend. 08-30-2010 Sokka is growing up and doing
fine. Picture's will be coming soon.
07-19-2010 Three young raccoons were brought to the facility for caring and up bringing. Friends of ours
(Rehab) from Largo had to leave town. They have been raised since babies and are adorable. We will
continue that process until they can be released.
07-31-2010 These little darlings have been moved to a outside
housing.
07-27-2010 Four baby squirrels were brought to he facility from Pinellas County. A tree was being cut down and
these babies fell to the ground. An assessment was done. There were no open wounds or marks but were
dehydrated. We gave them some fluids and now they are taking formula.
07-28-2010 Three baby ducks arrived at the facility from NPR. They are in good health and are eating. I don't
know yet what kind of ducks they are. I think they might be geese.
08-21-2010 They are called runners. They do
not fly and they walk around straight up. They lay from 150 to 200 eggs a year.
11-20-2010 We have found a
home for these little guys.
07-29-2010 These little guys were found by concern citizens. They were brought to the facility and are doing
fine. They are lapping formula and eating dry food. We want to say thank you to the family for saving these
little critters. We will keep you updated.
11-22-2010 These four little critters have grown up and have been
released in a safe place.
08-05-2010 We received a call from FWC about a seagull up in a tree with fishing string wrapped around it.
FWC officer was at the site. Laurie climb the tree and rescued the bird. The officer and Laurie removed as
much of the line as they could and the bird was brought to the vet for x-rays.
08-19-2010 We received a call from FWC about a Ball Python that they found in someone's yard. FWC brought
the snake over to us. It is around three feet long and seems to be very healthy. We brought it to the Vet to see
if it had a chip which was negative. We will bring him to a place that rehabilitates reptile's and the snake will be
chipped and registered.
Please do not release any Non Native animal into Florida's natural habitat.  
08-21-2010 His name is Einstein. A group of doctors and nurses from a Medical Center in Pinellas County saw
this little fella with a injury to his back leg. They called a friend of ours and he rescued the little guy and
brought him to us. An assessment was done. He is a male juvenile around a year old. He is favoring one of his
back legs but seems to be very healthy. There were no open wounds or marks. We brought him to the
Veterinarian and a x-ray was taken. It showed he had a couple of fractures to the leg but they were old. We are
going to keep him in quarantine for a while. He is drinking, eating and is meaner than a snake. We want to say
thank you to everyone at the Medical Center for the concern of
Einstein. You are saving people's lives but
showed love for our wildlife friends also.
10-09-2010 Einstein is 100% better. He will be released in the spring.
08-28-2010 A little raccoon was brought to us that was very sick. He had five bot flies on him. He was not eating
and was dehydrated. We rush him to the Emergency Vet and they removed the fly larva.
09-05-2010 This little
guy is doing fine and is drinking and eating.
09-01-2010 We picked up a Gopher Turtle at the Emergency Vet that someone turned in. He has a wound to his
shell.
09-05-2010 Laurie and Kathy worked on the little fellas shell and it has been repaired. The little fella is
doing fine. He has to stay here for a while until the wound heals.
10-13-2010 This little guy has done great and
has been released. He has dug a large hole on our property.
09-04-2010 Emergency Vet gave us a call about three baby squirrels that someone brought to them. They are
in good shape and are on a heating pad. They are taking formula and are doing fine.
10-30-2010 These little
guys are with a assistant of this facility.
09-05-2010 Another call from the Emergency Vet. Someone brought two more baby squirrels to them. They are
a little older but are in good shape. They are taken formula and are doing fine.
10-30-2010 These little guys are
doing great. They are with a assistant of this facility.
09-08-2010 We received a call about a injured fawn. A dog was chasing a mother deer and her fawn. The
mother deer jumped a fence but the fawn could not. Concern citizens of Pasco County were their and rescued
the baby fawn. We brought her to the Veterinarian. The baby had a lot of wounds but none were critical. She
received fifteen stitches to her mouth. She is up walking around and eating soft foods.
10-01-2010 The wounds
are healing great, she is eating solid foods and she has been moved to the outside housing with Casey.
09-17-2010 While I was working my slope mower along Rowan Rd. I started hearing a loud cry. I shut everything
down and walked to the side of the woods to see where the noise was coming from. As I looked up into the
tree's I saw three baby squirrels hanging on the branches. I had just knock down their nest. I felt really bad. I
picked them up and put them in a warm towel. They are at the facility now and are eating and doing fine.

10-30-2010
These little critters are doing great and have been moved to a outside housing.
09-26-2010Sables Town Houses off of Mitchell Rd. We captured the little male and a assessment was done. He
looks like  We received a call about a young raccoon. He was sleeping in the corner of the front yard at the
Sables Town Houses off of Mitchell Rd. We captured the little male and a assessment was done. He looks like
he has a injury to his back side as if he got into a fight with something. His eye's are clear and he is mean as a
snake. He took some gator aid and eat some food. He will be going to the vet today. We want to say thank you
to the concern citizens of Pasco County for saving this little fella's life.
10-02-2010 A call came in from Westley Chapel about a full size doe running into a moving car. This happened
on 09-29-2010 and she ran off into the woods. When the concern citizens for wildlife found her laying in their
yard she could not walk and was very, very weak. We all picked her up and put her in our back seat of our
truck and rushed her to the Emergency Vet. This was a hundred mile round trip. We got her on the operating
table and the doctors went to work finding no visible open wounds. While getting ready to take x-rays of her
neck and chest area she passed away. Internal injuries are what the doctors were thinking. We want to say
thank you to the children and all the concern citizens for trying to save this doe's life.
May you find happiness
and run fast and free in heaven my little girl.
10-08-2010 We received a call from to elderly woman about a raccoon coming around for the last couple of
days, eating from their cat bowl. They both love wildlife and noticed the old fella was missing part of his leg at
the elbow. They new he was in pain. We captured the fella and notice the wound was fresh, a couple of days
old and clean. We started him on antibiotics and he will be going to Three Oaks Veterinary Services. We will
keep you posted.
10-11-2010 Our dear Rocky pasted away Monday from cardiac arrest coming out from surgery.
The operation was a success. There was little infection and he would have a beautiful stump to walk on. He
could not wake up.
May you have no pain, fear and run fast in heaven my little friend.
10-17-2010 A squirrel was rescued in the Spring Hill Area. He is full grown. An assessment was done and there
is no open wounds or marks. He is drinking and eating. We will keep him in quarantine for a while before
releasing him in a safe place.
10-30-2010 This little guy is doing great and wanted out of his housing. He has
been released.
10-25-2010 A baby flying squirrel was brought in to the emergency vet in Hernando County. It was found on the
has been moved to Lady Raccoon Retreat to be with a boy friend.
10-25-2010 Two baby gray squirrels were brought to the facility. They were found on the ground by concern
citizens. An assessment was done and they had no marks or open wounds. Their eyes are just starting to
open. They are taken formula and doing fine. We will keep you updated.
10-15-2010 A call came in about a raccoon in a back yard  near a fence with injuries in the area of Little Road
and 19. When we arrived we could not believe our eyes. She was an young raccoon with injuries to her neck
and face. It looked like someone set her face on fire and kick her in the face. She was rushed to our
Veterinarian who saved her life. Do to the graphic nature of his wounds to her face we cannot show you her
picture. Her name is Sweet Pea.
10-30-2010 This little baby girl is eating and drinking. She loves her
marshmallows.
12-06-2010 Sweet Pea is doing great. Her mask has grown back and skin is growing over her
wounds. We can show a picture now.
11-06-10 A baby gray squirrel was brought over to the facility.  A father and son found the little critter and feared
for his life. An assessment was done and we found no wounds or marks. He was a little dehydrated. He  now is
taken formula. We want to say thank you to the father and son for saving this little guys life. We will keep you
updated.
11-09-10 Two baby raccoons were rescued in the Spring Hill area. An assessment was done and we found no
major wounds or marks. One little fella did have a very small cut on his back leg. Their eye's are still shut and
are about two weeks old. They are drinking formula and are doing fine. We will keep you updated.
11-15-2010 A baby raccoon was rescued in the Spring Hill Area. Concern citizens for wildlife, girl friend and boy
friend found her next to her mom who was hit by a car. They did an excellent job taking care of this little girl with
a heating pad and formula. Her name is Lexsey and is approx seven weeks old. She seems to be very healthy.
We want to say thank you for saving this little babies life. We will keep you updated.
To All Of God's Children That Leave This Earth,
May You Rest And Play In Heaven
12-13-2010 A call came in from a concern citizen for wildlife about a young raccoon laying near her house in the
Trinity area. It was on a very cold night so she warmed up some blankets for the baby and covered her until we
arrived. An assessment was done and we found no open wounds or marks. She was very thin and dehydrated.
She was moving slowly but was able to drink a little gator aid. Her name is Trinity and she is in very critical
condition.
12-16-2010 Little Trinity has past away this afternoon. We suspect some type of poison. May you
have no pain, run fast and play in heaven my little baby girl.
12-19-2010 This little baby boy less than a year old was brought to the Emergency Vet. The person that brought
him wanted him put to sleep because he was out during the day. The vet call us. An assessment was done and
he has no open wounds or marks. He is very thin and moving slowly. He is eating and drinking. We cannot rule
out distemper and will keep him in quarantine. His name is Scruffy.