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"My son has found an apparently sick racoon in our back easement. It is in tall weeds on the neighbor's side of the fence but its tail and feet are exposed on our side. It purrs (?) when we touch its feet (or hand) softly with a stick so is alive. It moves, occasionally even gripping the stick lightly. We are going to put apple slices under the fence to it and a dish of water. We know it is probably sick or injured and so I do not want my son to touch it. Besides, unless it is dying, it could likely remove a finger. Does anyone have a suggestion on further care or resources? We are assisting only in the case that it has been injured by a preditor and may recover if given food and water. Thanks, Marcia"
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