Wild Once More Rehabilitation Center rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife in the state of Colorado. The organization works in compliance with the rules set forth by the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife. Animals taken in include fox squirrels, Abert’s squirrels, pine squirrels, mice, golden mantels, prairie dogs, marmots, rabbits, chipmunks, raccoons and foxes. The organization exists to provide services not only to the wildlife but also to the public, many of whom are desperate to find someone to save the tiny baby or injured adult that they found. They come with babies in shoeboxes, wrapped in towels, in cat carriers, or any container that they can find. Often children hand the animals to us, with the pleading question, ‘can you save him?’