Rescued animals have more appreciation and love for the people that saved them. So they share a strong bond with their savers.
Like the raccoon named Little Hands that was saved from the side of a highway when it was a baby.
The animal was too young, weeks old. So it couldn’t take care of itself.
That’s why a wildlife defender named Nikki Robinson rescued the tiny creature and took it with her.
Unlike other animals, raccoons need special care. So the woman had no time to care about the baby raccoon. But Nikki didn’t give up.
She asked her mother – Linda to foster Little Hands. The woman immediately agreed. Taking care of the baby included bottle feeding it five times a day.
At the end of the summer, Little Hands was big enough to go back to the wild.
Surprisingly, the thankful raccoon continued to visit its rescuer for a snuggle about three years. It adored to get all the attention. Its favorite time was the belly rubs given by Linda and the food she prepared for the animal.
After her first experience, the woman has rescued many other raccoons. Although the wonderful creature now leaves far away in the woods, it still holds a special place in Linda’s heart.
Linda always has many guests. Her rescued raccoons are all grateful and never leave her to stay alone!
This is a good story of mutual love between a human and a wild animal.