Better patients

A visit to Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge.

If anyone had told retired nurse Judy Miller six years ago that she would be putting her healing skills to use saving baby mice, she would never have believed it.

But that is just what she found herself doing recently after a youngster brought in eight newborn mice whose mother had been killed by a cat.

Miller worked as hard to save those tiny rodents as she did trying to save patients’ lives during her nursing career.  In some ways, she says with a smile, wildlife make much better patients.

“At least when you get bitten, you know they’re wild,” she said about her animal charges.


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