Moving Out to Accommodate Her Pets
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: bc, canada
You are right about disrupting the lives of these animals and people can literally kill them with kindness. I have two at the center right now that will probably never be released. A lady found them 6 weeks ago in her backyard and instead of getting some guidance or what she should have done is turned them in to us. She fed them rice pablum and 2% milk for six weeks their poor front legs are so bent that they look like they are walking on their ankles. Worse case of rickets I have ever seen. Sad thing is she didn't realize she was doing them any harm. LOL yeah the snapping and hissing can be pretty convincing, even my babies here will try to scare you away by doing that.
Pets are for life
Not just for xmas