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Rescue Me ID: 14-11-23-00387Fox (female)

Wildlife    Age: Senior


    
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Monroe County Rochester, NY MAP IT!

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Peter Samuels

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PIease Read Before Rehabilitating or Rescuing Wildlife in New York
    Wildlife rescue work in New York can be rewarding if this work matches your IifestyIe. Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation serves an important function in alleviating the suffering of injured or displaced animals, as well as maintaining the balance of ecosystems and protecting human members of the community. There are many reasons an animal may need to be rescued. One reason is that as communities develop and expand, wild animals lose their habitats to new buildings and roads. Once the animals are displaced, there are often conflicts between animals and humans. For instance, animals may nest and reproduce in the crawl space, basement, attic, or chimney of a home. Wild animals may have conflicts with domestic pets. Natural predators such as wild cats may be dangerous. Wild animals may turn over trash or damage property. These conflicts may unfortunately diminish urban and suburban appreciation for wildlife. However, animals are deserving of life, respect, and appropriate care. Disrupting the natural habitat of a given species can have far-reaching consequences to the entire ecosystem.

    Some common types of wildlife that may need rescue or rehabilitation are squirrels, raccoons, and skunks. A squirrel is often considered a nuisance, but many people like squirrels because of their cute appearance and often entertaining behavior. A captive squirrel can be trained nearly as well as dogs. Wild squirrels thrive in many environments and can serve as a necessary part of the food chain for certain predators. Raccoons are very interesting and intelligent creatures that are rejected by some people and loved by others. Skunks are often maligned for the scent they can produce, but skunks only spray as a last resort when extensively provoked. All forms of wildlife are important to the balance of their ecosystems. Wildlife in need of rescue has the best chance of survival with a professional Wildlife Rehabilitator. Baby animals should be carefully picked up with a cloth and placed in a cloth-lined box with a lid that has holes in it and carefully transported to the nearest Wildlife Rehabilitator. Resources exist in most communities for caring for adult wildlife.

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    There is an increasing need for wildlife rescue and rehabilitation due to continuing urban and suburban development. The largest known population of albino squirrels is in Olney, Illinois. Many pieces of Native American folklore center on raccoons.

Related pages:

Wildlife Rescue

New York Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

New York County - New York, New York 10016
Bide-a-Wee 212-532-5884

New York County - New York 10019
Have-A-Heart Spay and Neuter Clinic 212-977-6877

NYC Counties - New York, NY 10128
ASPCA New York Cares Mobile Clinic 212-876-7700

Westchester County - Briarcliff Manor, New York 10510
SPCA of Westchester, Inc 914-941-2894

Westchester County - White Plains, NY 10604
Animal Welfare League 914-948-2094

Kings County - Brooklyn, New York 11209
Muffin's Pet Connection 718-833-7988

Nassau County - Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
SPCA of Nassau County 516-794-0831

Suffolk County - Bay Shore 11706
Island Rescue 631-968-8700

Suffolk County - Brookhaven, NY 11719
Spay Today 516-286-4965

Nassau County - Farmingdale 11735
Gay Senk DVM 516-626-3090

Suffolk County - Huntington, NY 11743
League for Animal Protection 631-757-4517

Suffolk County - Huntington 11743
Little Shelter Animal Rescue 631-368-8770

Suffolk County - Huntington Station, New York 11746
Suffolk County SPCA 631-549-7722

Suffolk County - Smithtown 11787
Suffolk County SPCA 631-382-SPCA

Nassau County - Hicksville, NY 11802
PAWS Long Island 516-364-PAWS

Nassau County - Wantagh, NY 11793
Bide-a-Wee 516-785-4687

Suffolk County - Calverton, NY 11933
Kent Animal Shelter 631-727-7797

Suffolk County - Westhampton 11977
Bide-a-Wee 631-325-0280

Greene Columbia County - Athens, NY 12015
Greene Animal Welfare Alliance 518-945-3218

Rennselaer County - Menands, New York 12204
Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society 518-434-8128

Albany County - Albany, New York 12205
Pet Population Control Program 518-457-3502

Schenectady County - Scotia, NY 12302
Pet Pal Mobile Clinic 518-374-3944

Ulster County - Saugerties, NY 12477
Animal Emergency Fund 845-247-6211

Columbia County - Hudson, NY 12534
Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA 518-828-6044

Columbia County - Hudson, NY 12534
Animalkind Inc 518-943-7654

Orange County - Montgomery 12549
Furever Animals Spay Neuter Program 845-457-8147

Orange/Ulster/Sullivan Counties - Westbrookville 12785
The Animal Rights Alliance 845-754-7100

Clinton County - Plattsburgh, NY 12903
Adirondack Humane Society 518-561-7876

Cayuga County - Weedsport, New York 13166
Feral Cat Friends 315-252-2406

Onondaga County - Syracuse 13211
Central New York SPCA 315-454-4479

Onondaga County - Syracuse, NY 13211
Pet Outreach, Inc. 315-469-6569

St Lawrence County - Hammond 13646
Spay Neuter Now 315-324-5969

Broome County - Endicott, New York 13760
Animal Care Council 607-786-7729

Broome County - Binghamton, NY 13904
Project Paw 607-724-2241

Erie County - East Aurora 14052
Feral Cat Focus 888-902-9717

Erie County - Buffalo, New York 14217
Animal Birth Control Society 716-873-4500

Erie County - Blasdale, New York 14219
Erie County Spay and Neuter Assistance Program 716-652-1359

Monroe County - Fairport 14450
Lollypop Farm SNIP Program 585-223-1330

Rochester/Monroe Counties - Fairport 14450
Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County 585-223-1333

Wayne County - Lyons, New York 14489
Wayne County Humane Society 315-946-3389

Monroe County - Rochester 14608
Rochester Animal Services 585-428-SPAY

Steuben County - Bath, New York 14810
Finger Lakes Humane Society 607-776-3039

Tompkins County - Ithaca 14850
Tompkins County SPCA 607-257-1822

If you find any of the above spay/neuter information is incorrect,
or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
call Rescue Me! at 1-800-800-2099 with this information.
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