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Happinest  We are State and Federally Licensed Rehabilitators for Class II Wildlife in TN. Alix Parks, Raptor Specialist Sherry Teas, Songbird Specialist


Baby 🐿 cuteness

Update: A group photo of the 14 Box Turtles that were confiscated from a hoarder by the TWRA. All turtles are improving and gaining weight. These turtles are non-releasable and we will be placing them with permitted educators once they are well enough, and after the court hearing is over.

Baby rats need rehab too πŸ’•

A few of our dozens of opossums. Check out their sleeping positions! Lol

Our first baby chipmunk of the fall season. She was attacked by a dog and is partially paralyzed in her back legs. She's on anti inflammatory medication and is receiving laser treatments from Dr Dawkins. We are hopeful she will be up and running soon! 🐿

A variety of injured wildlife heading to Dr Dawkins for laser treatments today! Two Box turtles, a dove, two catbirds, one opossum and a starling. We are so blessed to have her services! We recommend Dr Dawkins to anyone in the greater Chattanooga area needing a mobile veterinarian who specializes in dogs, cats and exotics.

Blade is on her way back to McMinnville to be released! She was hit by a lawnmower on June 25th. She is has healed perfectly and she's very active. It's the perfect time to release her! Happy trails little turtle! We will love you for forever! πŸ’•

Transporting more opossums!

This juvenile opossum was hit by a car and rescued out of the road. It has some road rash next to the ears but otherwise seems alright. Such a cute hissy face!

Our friend and Hawk Watch Volunteer Harold Birch will be releasing this BIG Beauty tomorrow at 3:30. Join us at the Soddy Mountain Hawk Watch to get an up close look at her. This hatch-year female Red Tailed Hawk came to us from Lou Ann in Middle Tennessee back in early July. She was emaciated and had loads of internal and external parasites and was exhibiting symptoms of WNV. She lost all of her tail feathers and is growing back a brick red tail (adult plumage.) Victoria Fay is a W Nile Virus survivor and she is magnificent!

Barred Owl Nest Box in Western Red Cedar by Tyler Luttrell. Notice our logo burned in the bottom corner. Beautiful craftsmanship! @luttrell_tyler

This is how Eugene works fundraiser dinners πŸ’€πŸ˜΄ Thanks to Old Chicago and everyone who came out to support us!

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