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Jun 8, 2009

New Raccoon Enclosure

We got around this weekend and worked all day yesterday, sweating gallons (really! lol) to get the floor of this enclosure done. We put wire mesh underneath the dirt, so the raccoons can't dig out and nothing can dig in.

We then furnished the enclosure and this morning, I brought the 3 girls, Pumkin, Rocky and Sandy in.

This is the enclosure:

Here are the girls:

The 3 Stooges aka 3 Starlings won't leave, insist of harrassing my neighors and myself for food:

and Coco's puppies opened their eyes today

And last but not least, the 3 Abelenians are opened their eyes as well. Pictures will follow soon!




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