After a scary ordeal, one little South Jersey groundhog has become one of Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge’s newest patients.

The baby groundhog had been orphaned and attacked by a dog before being brought to the wildlife hospital. But don’t worry – the refuge says the groundhog is now feeling much better and is expected to make a full recovery.

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In New Jersey, possessing or keeping wildlife as a pet is illegal – even if the animal is hurt. Injured, orphaned or ill wildlife must be taken directly to a permitted wildlife rehabilitator, such as Cedar Run. Last year, the refuge rehabilitated more than 4,700 injured animals.

You can learn more about the work Cedar Run does, check out this clip from This Is South Jersey!

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