New eyes for Frodo

Published: Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 06:48 AM.

Noni Beck, director of Goosecreek Wildlife in Tallahassee, offered to do the transport. Frodo's surgery went very well and Beck brought him back later the same day it was performed. He sucked down two bottles for milk and started to nibble on some feed right after he got home.

Today, Frodo is running and playing like any other fawn.

Because FWMA is a licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility, they cannot invite visitors over to view their patients.

While they receive injured wildlife from US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and other government agencies, they receive no government compensation. FWMA is totally funded by grants and donations.

You can send a tax-deductible donation to Florida Wild Mammal Association, 198 Edgar Poole Road , Crawfordville , Florida 32327 , or visit http://www.wakullawildlife.org/ and use the Paypal button to make an instant donation.

If you find an injured animal, please bring it to our 198 Edgar Poole Road in Crawfordville.



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