Working with wildlife is as rewarding as it is frustrating and heart-breaking. Imagine the joy of bottle feeding a baby raccoon or experiencing a successful release to the wild. Imagine the frustration of having a litter pan spilled within minutes of cleaning a cage or having a baby animal soil or wet your shirt. Imagine the heart-break of euthanization or an outbreak of distemper. If you are critter compassionate, not afraid to work, eager to learn and can be available when the animals need you most, then wildlife rehabilitation may be for you and is an activity that relatively few people get to experience.