Adorable: Baby animals blown from nests during Nicholas finding refuge with human rescuers

Squirrel rescued after Tropical Storm Nicholas.
Squirrel rescued after Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas)

HOUSTON – A steady flow of baby animals blown out of their nests after Hurricane Nicholas have already started coming into Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas.

The center said Tuesday that 111 impacted wild animals were brought in Tuesday.

They are open daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you’d like to help, here’s some information on donation, adoption and wildlife drop-off.

See some of the small animals getting help after Nicholas struck southeast Texas this week, including a baby squirrel found in Willowbend area:

Squirrel rescued after Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas)
Squirrel rescued after Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas)
Squirrel rescued after Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas)

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