- Reaction score
- More than 10 years
Found him cold wet and very weak. Took him inside to warm him up and now feeding him warm milk with an eye dropper. Any help is appreciated.
Also try to avoid too much human contact or handling, even though its new york state with lots of people.Fanatic said:Keep it really warm, but not too hot at all.
Make sure to keep an eye on it, do not let it have access to your home.
When the weather gets warmer, and he's recovered, then you are free to let him go.
I have them in my yard and know that after twenty-five years they are new generations. They come all year long when I call them for me to feed them and to play. I love them so muchDave125g said:He's much more active now that he's warmed up. He's mabee 3-4 months old. He loves the warm milk. After feeding he takes a 10 minute nap then squeaks for more milk. We have a few calls out to wildlife rescues in our area. Waiting for a return call. Poor thing was out in the snow all night alone.
We got plenty of chipmunks here too. I live in the middle of the woods too.Judith riepenhoff said:I have them in my yard and know that after twenty-five years they are new generations. They come all year long when I call them for me to feed them and to play. I love them so much
They are a joy for an old lady. I have Chipmunks as well and they will eat right out of my hand as well.