Tucson Wildlife Center

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Patient of the Week: Raccoons

This holiday season, these young raccoons are sticking together as a family. Upon arrival to Tucson Wildlife Center, it was determined they were orphaned as they were cold, dehydrated, and so young that their teeth hadn’t even come in. Over the weeks, they have been watched closely making sure they get everything they need as they get bigger and stronger. Currently, they are in one of TWC’s outside enclosures spending the majority of their time playing and sleeping together. In this strange time of their lives, they have each other for support along with the continued help from our staff. While we wait for them to reach an appropriate age for release, we are excited for the near future where they can all be free.

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