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Blind Rescued Raccoon Romps Through the Grass

Blind Rescued Raccoon Romps Through the Grass


Several months ago The Great Animal Rescue Chase brought you the story of Harbor, a raccoon that had been kept in deeply neglectful conditions inside the belly of a boat in the harbor.  He lived in a dark cage, on a dreadful diet, for years.  Malnutrition led to his blindness but thanks to MaryEllen Schoeman of California, he has been given a second chance in life.

Although he’s incapable of return to the wild, Harbor is living well.  Please enjoy this special video of him romping in the grass.  What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon.  Find more joy here

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2:05PM PST on Dec 2, 2012

So adorable and happy!!

2:05PM PST on Dec 2, 2012

So adorable and happy!!

4:13PM PST on Nov 7, 2012

Good to now he is happy now. Tks rescuers!

5:14PM PDT on Oct 28, 2012

I smile every time I watch him bounce and whirl in his beautiful home!

5:03PM PDT on Oct 28, 2012

Wonderful that he's doing so well!

10:09AM PDT on Oct 6, 2012

Awwww, he's so sweet and looks so happy. I'm glad he was rescued and now has a safe place where he can live out the rest of his life.

6:03AM PDT on Oct 6, 2012

thank you to such animal rescue champions who are so selfless and giving, enabling such beautiful creatures to live out their lives happily.

1:02PM PDT on Sep 10, 2012

Aww he is so cute, so glad he is now happy :)

10:45PM PDT on Jul 16, 2012

Thank you for the follow up! Bless his sweet little heart.

3:27AM PDT on Jul 16, 2012

Harbor looks so happy. Thank you for this :)

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