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"Hello out there, it's been a while. As spring is here, yepeeeeee, I am hearing of more and more baby raccoons being discovered. I learn something new every day, there is this stuff that will stop dehydration in its tracks. They give it to kitten, pups, horses, dogs, deer, practically anything with four legs. It is cheap and it works. I even think you can buy it on line. It's an oral nutritional supplement, it's called lixotinic. Very little goes a long way and it works wonderfully for dehydration. It will shock you how quick it works. Good luck to all who are willing to help save an orphan baby coon, or adult one too. Like sunchaser says, you may not save the world for all the animals, but you will make a world of difference to the ones you choose to help, or something like that. I think u all know what I am trying to say. Oh and one other thing, if you r thinking of moving to the terrible state of colorado and your a raccoon or any other animal lover for that matter, don't. They r terrible over there for helping save animals from death. As a matter of fact they prefer death to animals, or nicely put euthanasha[sp],to anyone who chooses to help a creature. And if that creature can not be returned safely to the wild, no matter how well u take care of them or how big u make there encloser they will get a search warrant and take your beloved friend and have them killed. Perfectly healthy or not, they will not allow you to ask professionally if you get the proper permits so you can keep them, cause there r none. Proper permits, they don't exsist in CO. They r using the archiac fear tactic of the big R word, even though there has never, I repeat never, been a truthful case of one raccoon ever biting a human and contracting the big r, let alone a raccoon biting a human who wasn't trying to kill them or her babies/ See colorado is owned and operated by big game farms and sportsmen. That is who owns theirewildlife department. If u look at their names the owner of coors is in this bunch. Well one very strong women tried to change the certian death sentence basically to allow someone to obtain permits under all kind of valid restriction. She did it very professionally and had a lot of data, a lot of research, and a lot of hard work, and these big wigs gave her 3 minutes. Never intending to even consider changing the unreasonable death laws for raccoons. They will take the money and the tax write off for their game farms and their hunting licenses over there, but god forbid if someone simply wants to love and help an orphaned critter. That they will kill, sooooo stay out of colorado if u love animals/, they will kill them. mary"
"mary wille"

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