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Douglas Squirrel at PAWS Wildlife Center This young Douglas Squirrel was found in a driveway in Maple Valley. Apparently orphaned, the squirrel was hungry and confused. He approached a man and started to climb up his leg! 

The man put the poor squirrel in a box and brought him to PAWS for care. The squirrel is now nearly full-grown and almost ready for release back to the wild.


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