What To Do
Handle with care and caution.
Wear gloves and use thick towels, even with the smallest animal
NEVER touch an animal with bare hands
Use extra caution with skunks, fox, raccoons and bats
Get it into a secure box right away
DO NOT feed or treat the wildlife.
Improper feeding can cause:
Wildlife can stand a good amount of time without food or water.
Keep the animal stress-free
Put the animal in a secure box
Place the box in a dark, quiet and warm place
Do not handle or keep looking at the animal
Stay very quiet and keep pets away
Call us Immediately!
We run on a voicemail only system. Please leave a detailed voicemail with the animal, the size of the animal, the location found, how long you've had the animal and how you can be reached. You can also text us a photo for a faster response.
IT IS ILLEGAL to keep wildlife without the proper licensing. Wildlife officers are cracking down on anyone who illegally possesses wildlife in their home, even if you are trying to help the animal. Wildlife are not meant to be pets and need to be in the wild where they belong. All wildlife has the potential to carry serious disease so it is in the best interest of you, your family, and the animal to get it to a licensed wildlife professional immediately. Please always contact us if you find an animal in need.