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LITTLE WILD ONES
IF YOU HAVE SAVED THESE PAGES PLEASE REFRESH YOUR BROWSER AS THE PAGES HAVE BEEN UPDATED. ON THESE PAGES I WILL TRY TO TELL YOU A LITTLE OF WHAT I KNOW ABOUT WILD BABES AND THEIR CARE.  IN THE FIRST 3 PAGES I WILL TRY TO EXPLAIN A LITTLE ABOUT THEM AND THEIR NATURE. AND IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES I WILL EXPLAIN ABOUT FEEDING AND ALSO SOME INFO ON ILLNESS AND CARE.  REMEMBER TO ALWAYS GET IN TOUCH WITH A VET IF YOU CAN.  THESE ARE JUST TEMPORARY MEASURES UNTIL YOU CONTACT A VET.
COONS COME IN A LOT OF COLORS.  THE TWO PICTURES AT THE TOP ARE THE MOST COMMON.  BLACK AND GRAY AND REDDISH BROWN AND GRAY WITH BLACK MASK.
ALTHOUGH RARE, NATURE SHOCKS US AT TIMES WITH BLONDES AND WHITE AND ALBINOS. THE BLONDES CAN RANGE FROM VERY LIGHT TO RED.  THERE ARE WHITES WITH NO MASK AND DARK EYES AND THEN THE ALBINOS ARE WHITE WITH DARK PINK EYES.  YOU DON'T SEE MANY OF THESE IN THE WILD BECAUSE THEY AREN'T BORN OFTEN AND USUALLY DON'T LIVE LONG BECAUSE THEY HAVE MORE TROUBLE HIDING FROM THEIR ENEMY AND HUNTERS
SOMETIMES NATURE REALLY GETS WILD AND A COON WILL BE BORN  WITH THE COLORS AND MARKING OF A CALICO CAT. THE ORANGE DOESN'T SHOW WELL IN THIS PICTURE BUT THIS GUY HAS A LOT OF ORANGE ON HIM. HE IS THE FIRST ONE THAT I EVER SAW, BUT SINCE I HAVE SEEN HIS CHILDREN. 
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