2012 December 14, Friday
Angeles National Forest, California
Rescuing, repairing, and raising orphaned wildlife is a very great privilege, undertaken by a rare breed of humans. We've joked before with our fellow dog- and cat-rescuers and admitted that dog rescuers are "wimps" compared to cat rescuers, because cat rescuers tolerate delayed gratification and unrequited love, whereas dog rescuers get immediate thanks and a fan club. (:--)) But wildlife rehabbers -- now these humans are the deepest and most selfless of all. Why? Well, take someone who rescues and raises orphan raccoons.
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