How a Rescued Raccoon Became Her Best Friend

A licensed wildlife rehabilitator, she nursed an injured racoon back to health, and soon an unbreakable bond existed between them.


Miss Dot would like to remind people that no one should attempt to keep wildlife as pets. Because of his brain injury, Trouper could not be returned to the wild. He is a licensed wildlife ambassador and service animal, so Miss Dot can take him to schools and other places to share his story.

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