This article from the Alliston Herald features the success story of Everett the Fox who had a serious case of mange. Kind hearted citizens from Everett grouped together to capture this fox so that he could be successfully treated at the Procyon Wildlife Centre. Recently Everett was released back into the wilds near Everett.
PROCYON WILDLIFE UPDATE:
As the government announces all the closures due to the COVID-19 virus, we would like to let our rescuers and communities know that we are continuing to operate 7 days per week. In order to keep our volunteers and rescuers protected, we are operating with a very limited amount of volunteers per day. It is very important that appointments are pre-arranged to bring a sick, injured or orphaned wild animal so that someone experienced will be able to admit and treat the animal. PLEASE CALL 905-729-0033
and leave a message. Your call will be returned by our phone volunteers ASAP.
On behalf of Procyon Wildlife, we would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all those who can donate food and supplies amidst this pandemic. We appreciate you taking wildlife into consideration during this difficult time. Stay safe and remember to wash your hands!