PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — An opossum at Humane Animal Rescue has made a miraculous recovery.
On Thursday, the organization said an opossum was brought to its Wildlife Rehabilitation Center after being hit by a car in November.READ MORE: 2 W. Va. Child Services Workers Charged With Misdemeanors Involving Abuse Of 4-Year-Old Boy Who Later Died
The animal’s eye was too damaged to be saved, so Humane Animal Rescue veterinarians had to remove it in an attempt to save his life.
After a few months of care and observation, the opossum was released back into the wild.READ MORE: Pittsburghers Protest Police Shooting Of Daunte Wright In Minnesota
RELEASED: You might remember this little guy from a while ago!
Back in November, this Virginia opossum was brought to our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center after being hit by a car. His eye was too damaged to be saved, so our vets removed it in an attempt to save him.
— Humane Animal Rescue (@HARSavesLives) January 23, 2020MORE NEWS: McCandless Police Looking For Man With Knife Or Hatchet Near UPMC Passavant Hospital