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In this true story of compassionate human interaction with wildlife, see how a mother squirrel saves Fluffy, Gruffy, and Tuffy her newborn babies.
A mother squirrel returns from food gathering and realizes that her
nest with three babies is no longer in a tree where she left them.
We were trimming this tree to provide more sunlight for our solar panels.
Billy, a West Virginia tree climber, finds the babies and delicately brings down from the tree and gives them to Carol and me. We decided to lay them near a rock and on a cliff overlooking the Potomac River out of the sun. We hoped that the mother might find them.
We named them Fluffy, Gruffy, and Tuffy. An hour later, the mother squirrel was there. First, she picked up Fluffy. Then, she turned her around and licked her up and down and over. We think she was bathing her. She then rolled Fluffy up into a ball, put her in her mouth, and took her to a new nest.
Over the next hour, she came back two more times for Gruffy and Tuffy.
She Licked them well and then also took them to their new home.
See how a mother squirrel saves Fluffy, Gruffy, and Tuffy her newborn babies, in this true story of compassionate human interaction with wildlife.