Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation stole our hearts this morning when they shared photos and stories! They're saving baby squirrels after yesterday's storm.

Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc.

This is the sweetest thing you'll hear all day! Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation are taking care of baby squirrels, displaced from the storm, that rolled through the tri-state yesterday (March 14th, 2019). They're Angels sent from above.

Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc.

You'll need to check your yards, for fallen trees, in case a baby squirrel is in need. The winds destroyed many of their homes yesterday and they need us. A baby squirrel is easy to detect as they have high pitched cries. They also have black toe nails. If you find a baby squirrel, please contact Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation right away! I talked to them this morning and many calls are already coming in. They want to save these precious babies. You can contact them at this number 270) 345-2442.

This also goes for baby raccoons that may also be displaced after the storm..

Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc.

Please check your yard and trees as soon as possible! We thank the wonderful staff at Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation. They work hard all year long to save creatures big and small. Can't say thank you enough!

You can find out more about their mission HERE. They are a non-profit and depend on donations. They provide a safe place for abandoned, sick or injured wildlife to be rehabilitated and released back into the wild.

Spring is almost here and they have many needs, including:.

Disinfectant wipes, puppy pads, dog/cat food, baby blankets, baby food, esbilac formula, dog/cat bowls, toys, soft small stuffed animals, wooden nest boxes for squirrels, baby wipes and Pedialyte, nuts (unsalted).

Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc.
Western Kentucky Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc.