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Caring for Baby Moles

My grandson found a mole that is about 3 inches in length, but has no fur. We know what you feed a full grown mole, but how do we know if this is a small one or an older one?

By lscraig


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July 24, 20110 found this helpful

Judging by its size, I would venture to say it's an adult.

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July 29, 20110 found this helpful

Three inches is full grown Grammy? I think you read that wrong. I have never seen a mole that small.

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July 31, 20110 found this helpful

You probably need to talk to a wildlife rehabilitator to see what to do with it, or if it's even legal for you to have it. In some states, it's illegal for someone who's not a licensed rehabilitator to keep a wild animal, even if it's a baby or injured. Not only that, they might need special care you don't know about. I'm a Facebook friend with a wildlife rehabilitator in my area & it's been a real learning experience about the smallest things that can make or break a wild animals chance of survival.


Here are 2 websites that can help you find someone in your area: http://www.wild …

And here's a website with general information on the subject:

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