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"Hey everyone, I appreciate all of the positive comments on raising raccoons. I was recently at work and found an orphaned coon less than a week old. His two siblings were already dead, but this one has survived the loss of his mother, hypothermia, dehydration, and two days' worth of uninformed mishandling, but is now getting much stronger and doing quite well. While looking up how to properly care for this animal I found many articles saying that I needed to take any baby coon to a professional wildlife rehabilitator, but I've gotten pretty attached to the little guy and now look forward to raising him-maybe to have as a companion and maybe to release when he is capable of surviving on his own, we'll have to see."

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