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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

BABY RACOON WITH HIS HEAD STUCK IN A JAR IS RESCUED BY FIREFIGHTERS

 
An adorable baby raccoon in Matheson Hammock , Fla. got its head stuck in a jar on Saturday.
 
The Raccoon, was tirelessly trying to find some food, managed to wedge his head through the tiny opening of a jar, but couldn't get its furry face back out.
 
The animal was hopelessly wandering around when a reporter working the field for Local 10 news, Carlos Suarez, found the animal in need.
 
He called 911.The tired raccoon sat on top of a trash can and almost passed out in resignation before Miami Fire Rescue came to free the animal from it's sticky situation.
 
Once a firefighter freed the racoons from the jar, it joyfully leaped from the firefighter's hands and scampered off to find some more food hopefully--hopefully not in any tight spaces.
 
Read more and see pictures - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2508765/Jam-jar-Adorable-baby-raccoon-rescued-getting-head-stuck-jar-video.html

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BLOG FLASHBACK - It happened to a fox too.

FOX WITH HIS HEAD STUCK IN A JAR ASKS FOR HELP

 
The young fox was in a jam, with his head stuck in a jar. 
 
He had no choice but to ask for help from two men walking on a Russian country road.  Instead of running away he scurried towards them.  Although nervous and afraid, the young fox eventually stood still while one of the men tried to remove the jar.  He grabbed the fox by the scruff of his neck and pulled the jar away with his other hand.

Once free, the animal ran away as quickly as he could.  He was taking no more chances.  He was a fox after all.

Watch video and see pictures here - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2343002/Amazing-moment-tiny-fox-head-stuck-jar-approaches-men-help.html
 
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2 comments:

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