I was afriad that that was the only way. I knew it was years ago- but never knew if it has changed. The baby was perfectly fine in my untrained eyes besides being very weak..
I get soo upset.. plus this time of the month makes it even worse!! And I'll be 17 the 20th and I can't get my license until the 26th of NOVEMBER!! AHHHHHHHHHHH!!
All through Atlanta and the towns around it are booked until then! Crazy stuff.
Anyways- Yes! The babies are exceptionally adorable... I loved that little thing. And it was still crying when my dad had picked it up- but by the time I got there, it was sleeping on a halloween wig in a shoe box. Quiet.
The vet told me when I get there (of course, AFTER I started crying) that they would call Noah's Ark (it's a rehabilitation center) but he would doubtfully survive. They said I could call in and find out what happened with him. They were actually really nice and I was kinda rude..
I guess they understand, Im sure they see that alot. Im gonna look into seeing how old you have to be and what the requirements are to being an animal rehabilitator... It almost just makes me want to keep them when I find them, but I don't want to risk me or any of my animals catching anything...
Thanks so much for listening to me!
Ill letchya know what I find out when I call.