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Help for sick, injured, orphaned or problem raccoons, by those licensed and permitted in their care.

FOUND A RACCOON?? Please cage it in a kennel (or any ventilated secure container), and place it in a warm, dark place while seeking help. NEVER FEED an orphan milk or formula of any sort, they need at least 24 hours on clear rehydration fluids (pedialyte). Feeding too quickly or inappropriately can cause illness and death. THIS IS THE PLACE TO SEEK ASSISTANCE WITH AN ORPHAN RACCOON KIT, join immediately and let us know your state, and the circumstances that led to the infant(s) needing rescuing.

The original "RR6 - The Raccoon Rehabilitation Network" was concieved as a forum for licensed raccoon rehabilitators. Welcome to our sister group, open to the public. This group allows our professional raccoon rehabilitators to offer their insight, assistance and friendship to everyone - and provides a forum for the discussion of the 'lighter' side of wildlife rehab, without the restrictions found on the professional group.

RR6 reflects our goals in wildlife rehabilitation: Rescue, Raising, Release, Regimes, Research, and Referrals. We do not encourage the keeping of Wildlife as pets.

This group is dedicated to educating the world about raccoons so that their place in our world is both understood and valued. We have many members who specialize in the care of sick, injured, orphaned and unwanted raccoons {as well as all Wildlife species - ask if you need other assistance also}. This is coon central, so ask away with any raccoon related questions.

Attn: Members of the original RR6... Please use this forum to vent, chat, share stories and store those cute photo's of your rehab babies - reserving the original group for our professional discussions.

Welcome everyone!!

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  • 797
  • Wildlife
  • May 23, 2005
  • English

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