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Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
UPDATE: I want to thank everyone for their help! It was absolutely a network problem AS WELL as a problem with the phone itself. Thanks to this post we were able to purchase a new phone at a discounted rate AND I spoke with AT&T about the delay and they "Reprovisioned" our voicemail, which so far, for the past week, has ended the delay in the receiving of voicemails. I am so grateful to all of you for your suggestions and support!!!!

Are any of our supporters employees of Apple? Apple does not discount or donate to nonprofits but they do offer a discount to the friends and family of employees. Our wildlife hotline phone is on it’s last legs and it is time to replace it. We have been limping along with iPhone 4, and 5, and 6 and now there is a 6 hour delay between an emergency call made and the voicemail received. This is not acceptable and animals are suffering because of a technology glitch. If you work for Apple and are willing to help, please message me. Thanks.
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Wonderful article from The Sacramento Bee about Spirits release ❤️

https://www.sacbee.com/news/weird/article235931402.html
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue
BEFORE - when you lose your mamapossum, fall into a mud puddle, and get mistaken for a squeaky toy by a giant white Pyrenees.

AFTER - when a human named Yoko finds you and drives 45 minutes with the heat blasting in order to save your life. Then suddenly you are floating in hot soothing water, while the rocks and mud cakes are removed from your mouth and your wounds are tended. Warmth and safety make you sleepy and you drift off to a slower heartbeat then you are used to but it doesn’t matter because now you can rest...
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Squirrels are capricious little creatures. And aside from taunting the neighborhood dogs and using your gutters as water slides, it appears they also eavesdrop on bird chatter to gauge their safety.
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Our 69 year old rescued CA Desert Tortoise, Apollo, has been waiting for the kittens to finish their baths so he can walk past them into the hall and onward to the sun drenched deck. The kittens are oblivious. After 15 minutes, Apollo got tired of waiting....

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