Beach SPCA helps baby squirrels survive after Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy was tough for a lot of people in Hampton Roads. It was especially hard on wildlife in the area including baby squirrels.
NewsChannel 3′s Dominic Brown found out about their road to recovery.
Local volunteers with the Virginia Beach SPCA are working to get baby squirrels and other wildlife displaced by the storm back on their feet by feeding them formula through a bottle and getting the care they need if they were injured.
The SPCA in Virginia Beach says they’ve only taken in about 12 or 13 squirrels so far, but they are sure there are a lot more out there.
If you see any displaced squirrels or other wildlife in your yard, you’re asked to give them a call at 757-427-0070.Submit Your Photo
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