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    Three baby raccoons spend time together at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    Kathi McCue spends time in one of her racoon huts at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    Kimberly French, left, of Maine Wildlife Transport delivers a young rescued groundhog to Kathi McCue of Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    A fisher was found in Strong along the side of a road by the Maine Warden Service before being brought to the Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab volunteers Ellen Treadwell, left, and Marlene Deguio react to the details surrounding the baby groundhog Kathi McCue, right, just received from a Maine Wildlife Transport volunteer.

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    Volunteer Johna Pillsbury washes stuffed animals at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin. Donated stuffed animals are placed inside cages of rescued animals.

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    A rescued opossum is not happy about the attention at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    Volunteer Johna Pillsbury cleans animal blankets at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    Raccoons found living in attics of people's homes often find their new home at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    "Measel" the weasel is a rescue at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    Speck is one of four foxes that Kathi McCue is caring for at Wilderness Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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    With help from her husband, Ken Pillsbury, Kathi McCue has expanded her wildlife rescue space in the basement of her home multiple times. Some wildlife rescue operations have closed because of COVID, which adds to the number of animals being brought to remaining rehabs, such as Miracles Wildlife Rehab in Bowdoin.

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