Christina and Michael made a decision to adopt a sweet squirrel and named her Thumbelina.
One day the man came home and spotted a mother squirrel who had made a nest for her two squirrels from sprigs, arid pines as well as branches on his bed.
Wildlife representatives Christina and Michael are contacted after an uncommon incident and are making an attempt to join the baby animals with their mother. Nevertheless, engaged with the delivery of supplies for the nest, the mother squirrel was not going to take the babies with her. In the end, she stopped coming back.
Sadly, one of the squirrels did not remain alive, and after investigation by a regional vet, it was determined that the remaining squirrel would not remain alive on his own either. That’s the reason that Christina and Michael made a decision to step in and adopt a sweet squirrel and named her Thumbelina.
Simply put, the creature was exceptional from the start. Due to an uncommon calving season and the loss of a younger sister, the tiny creature was forced to develop on his own without socializing with other brown squirrels.
Things were slow with him. While most babies don’t worry about milk since they’ve already tasted real food, this creature was a big baby with a bottle. Not similar to other feral animal babies, Thumbelina had no interest in jumping and climbing. He walked in place of running and sat in place of climbing.
Even if he does everything possible to introduce Thumbelina to other chipmunks, he will never have the desire to have anything to do with them. One adoptive parent says, “I don’t know what he’s thinking but it’s certainly not a squirrel.”
Currently, Thumbelina is a joyful, chubby as well as quite a cute creature who spends time calmly with mom and dad but gets into trouble from time to time. He is fond of sugar peas, arugula as well as avocados. And he absolutely hates being outdoors in frosty weather, with other squirrels as well as a vacuum cleaner.