These babies still had their umbilical cords attached. They were given a bottle of formula, specifically made for baby raccoons, and then they had a nap. Their eyes and ears are still closed. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Procyon remains open
It is a myth that live trapping and relocating a wild animal is a humane solution to dealing with a wild animal. The truth is that live trapping and relocating a wild animal can often be a death sentence. Most
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Procyon needs your help more than ever! With the COVID-19 crisis, we are asking people not to bring animals to the centre without calling first. This means we need help from people to man our phonelines from the safety of
Although the Ford government has announced they are shutting down all non-essential services due to the COVID-19 virus, they have stated they are serious about animal welfare in the province and will not do anything which could put our animals
Spring is literally around the corner now. We have already had reports of baby squirrels. So far Procyon has gotten injured or sick adult raccoons. But no babies have arrived just yet. Overwintering animals have been released back into the