Last month the TSPCA helped out a little squirrel who was rescued by a member of the public after falling from his nest. His eyes weren't even open at that time so wasn't able to get back to his family, with his mother nowhere to be found. He was cared for at the vet until he was big enough to be taken to a wildlife facility that is preparing him to be released back into the wild. Because the first month of his life, he was handled frequently by people, he needs to learn how to be wild again. When his vets think he is ready, he will be released into the wild where he can live out his life as a squirrel should! Thank you to Epidemic Species Research Institute Wildlife First Aid Station for helping us and this little squirrel!