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"The Wildlife Center of Venice (Sarasota County) takes raccoons even if they've been "handled". I turned mine over to them this past week. She was a great raccoon. I had had her for 2 months and I believed I was doing the humane thing by giving them to her. They have good success with rehabilitating the raccoons. They normally keep them until they are about 8 months and then "relocate" them to specific areas, trying not to over-populate, but giving them a good chance to survive. If it helps anyone and helps any raccoons. They currently have about 45. They've had up to 60 at a time. They need volunteers. Their number is listed."
"Martha Scott"

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