Article in Daily Record
July 14, 2008
Rehabilitator Gets Creatures Ready for the Wild
MICHAEL DAIGLE, DAILY RECORD
Kelly Simonetti wants the fawns, raccoons and squirrels under her care to be afraid of her.
It is a sign, said Simonetti, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, that the animal's natural survival instinct has emerged after time in captivity to recover from injuries or after being removed from a homeowner's attic.
She points out one 14-week-old fawn standing in a far corner of a pen while the others huddle around Simonetti and her visitors.
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