Wild Care Has 32 Orphaned Squirrels in their Nursery

Clinic seeks support in paying for walnuts and other nursery items...
One of the baby squirrels receiving nursery care at Wild Care Cape Cod (WCCC photo by Photo by Lynn Cobb-Martin)

From Wild Care Cape Cod:

GOING NUTTY! August brings the second litter of squirrels of the season. We currently have 32 orphaned squirrels in our care.

Twenty two of the younger squirrels are being hand fed by our caring staff and volunteers, from 7 AM - 11PM. Yes. Baby squirrels are wonderful and require a lot of care!

Would you like to make a donation towards the care of a baby squirrel? Even $7 will go towards a bag of walnuts which are a critical part of their hand-feeding formula and diet.

Many thanks in advance!


Executive Director, Stephanie ~ Photo by Lynn Cobb-Martin

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