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Patient of the Week: Baby Opossum

This baby opossum was brought to Tucson Wildlife Center after his mother and siblings were hit and killed by a car. Estimated to be about 12 weeks old, he had suffered a head injury. Since arriving at TWC his condition has continued to improve, and we are happy to report that his chances of a…

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Patient of the Week: Orphaned Bobcat Kitten

At the beginning of July, Tucson Wildlife Center took in an orphaned bobcat kitten for rehabilitation. This baby bobcat had been discovered by Vail residents in an abandoned, backyard chicken coop. The finders called TWC and were counseled to wait to see if the mother returned. The next morning, they called back to say the…

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