Meet our little fawn friend! She is on her way to a wonderful rehabber to grow up with other fawns. Sometimes these guys need to be saved and brought to a rehabbers, and sometimes they need to be left alone. Let’s walk through both possibilities and see if your fawn needs help, or if you are about to fawnnap it.
Special thanks to fellow NoVA rehabber Felicia Schwenk for lending her extensive knowledge in the matter!
I just thought that its important to share some cute bunny love!
This is a happy ending story. A member of the public called about a juvenile opossum that was dropped from a bird into their backyard. He looked in HORRIBLE shape. In fact I was almost certain he was dead when he arrived. I believe they call that “playing opossum”. Immediately we took a trip to…