So beautiful, both of them. They are so blessed to have you! I truly believe the Lord sends these little ones the help they need. One rainy morning, my girls insisted on going out much earlier than ever, in the rain, and took a different route than they ever had. Audrey thus saw a drowning, freezing baby squirrel, just in time, that had fallen from its nest in the wind/rain storms the night before. The poor thing had shallow marks on its neck and nose where poor Mama had desparately tried to lift it back to the nest. My girls, both adopted from China, immediately personalized the story. Little did my girls know that I knew how to ever so gently swing a tiny critter to move the fluids up, and use my mouth to aspirate the fluid from mouth and nose. Got her dried up in only two endeavers. I also knew how to gently massage its raised little genital area with a warm damp washcloth so it could release the pee from the rain it had drunk. The girls continued to help with this duty, ever so gently and carefully We made warm baby squirrel Gatorade and got her hydrated, and then fed. I say this not to emphasize what I knew, but that of all the people in East Harlem she was found by the beautiful Asian angel kids of someone who knew exactly how to help her. When she was crawling up my shirt and nuzzling into my neck with healthy pink skin, round tummy and dry soft fur and fully passing the scruff hydration test, I took a chance and managed with the FIRST ring to reach Manhattan's foremost wild squirrel rescue person. She concurred with me that given the wild cats and dogs in the area that leaving her in hopes Mama could retrieve her in lower winds was not an option, even if we kept an eye on her. This woman not only happened to be home but also happened to have a litter of similar age to raise her with, who had fallen when an entire nest came down in a similar storm the week before. I have told this story many times, because just what that tiny baby squirrel needed came just in time. Someone really does care for the raven and note the sparrow's fall. Someimes I wish we didn't have free will, though, and there would be direct Intervention in cases of human ignorance and cruelty.