PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Humane Animal Rescue helped a raccoon get out of a sticky situation.
On Tuesday, the organization rescued a raccoon with a jelly jar stuck on its head.READ MORE: Multiple Firearms Found Among Passengers' Bags In Separate Incidents This Weekend At Pittsburgh International Airport
In a Facebook video, a worker is seen cutting the jar to free the animal.READ MORE: National Aviary Closed This Sunday While Search For Steller’s Sea Eagle Kodiak Continues
“Hunger got the best of this little bandit when he found himself trapped in a jar! His head was really jammed in there, but our wildlife rehabbers were eventually able to save the day. We’re sure he’s very grape-ful for the help,” the post reads.
The raccoon shook its head twice after being freed and did not show any signs of injury.MORE NEWS: WATCH: National Aviary Provides Possible Cause Of Steller’s Sea Eagle Kodiak's Escape
“Hungry animals looking for their next meal often can’t resist the smell of human scraps. Next time you have an empty jar, be sure to take a few extra seconds to wash it out & screw the cap on–– your local wildlife will thank you,” Humane Animal Rescue posted.