Angel will be freed on 60 acres of no-hunting land once she has totally cured.
Judy Obregon spotted a nearly dead opus while driving.
So, he stopped his car to see if the lovely being was still alive. After examining closely, he understood that the pregnant opossum was alive, but had been shot with an air gun.
He said he realized that he had to do something, so he took the smart animal to her mother-in-law’s house and waited for a wildlife rehabilitator named Tabata.
Judy, the founder of an animal salvation organization in Fort Worth, Texas, added that the opposition knew he wanted to assist her, had never seen aggressiveness or even clung to Tabata’s husband for safety.
Judy said he ordinarily rescues cats and dogs, but he wouldn’t avoid a possum named “Angel” because of that.
Angel will be freed on 60 acres of no-hunting land once she has totally cured. What a happy termination! Check the clip below.
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