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Missing woodchuck needs your help

In Uncategorized on February 23, 2009 at 10:12 pm

Mathilda has skirted death once in the past year, and she’s already being called on to do so again. The woodchuck, who was hit by a car in Nebraska last April, was rescued by the Nebraska Wildlife Rehabilitation center and has been housed and cared for at the facility ever since—until this past weekend, that is, when her den was found empty and unlocked. Mathilda suffered brain damage from the car accident and is thought to be unable to survive in the wild. Woodchucks typically hibernate this time of year, making Mathilda easier to spot. Anyone with information regarding Mathilda or her whereabouts should contact the Nebraska Humane Society.


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