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Reading Pennsylvania Raccoon Control Situation: Rocky our pet raccoon was rescued last night. He went from being alone, scared and hungry this morning to sleeping peacefully in our attic with a fully belly and clean coat. We got a call at around 5PM that he was in someone's yard. He had run behind their shed. Ironically enough, Andrew and I had just left a flier in their mail box today. Chris was closest, so she arrived first, followed by myself and Bridget. Chris did an amazing job watching Rocky our pet raccoon, talking to him and throwing food (which he wouldn't take). We sat there for 2 hours. Bridget and Chris switched places, and a few minutes later, Rocky our pet raccoon began to creep towards me at the largest exit. He laid down, and Bridget told me to slowly approach him, so I crawled to him (through a lot of nasty stuff!) sooooo slowly. I was able to extend my arm just enough to touch his nose with one finger, and when I did, I knew we had him. I could feel the relief coming from his body. He let me touch him, and I held onto his collar and slipped a leash on. That was it--we had him!!! We were all crying like babies. We couldn't have done it without Chris' patience and Bridget's direction. After a few minutes, Rocky our pet raccoon ate and drank. I am taking him to the vet tomorrow. We didn't want to traumatize him any further tonight since he's in good shape, just hungry and tired. He is doing well with our pack and loving the attention. I can't believe that he is the same wild animal I saw a few nights ago. I truly believe that Rocky our pet raccoon wanted to be rescued and wanted someone to reach out and touch him. Rocky our pet raccoon wants a family to love him and give him the attention that he so deserves. I know he will find that, and until then, he will be with us... And, finally, I want to thank you all for your prayers, support, tears and love. Rocky our pet raccoon has no idea how lucky he is, but I know how lucky he and I both are to have all of you. We truly have an amazing rescue family, and I am humbled by the generosity and love I have felt from each of you. With love, Amy
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