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Squirrels cannot be treated as a pet in your Springfield house but this animal is roaming around your house and maybe can invade in your attic. If you find one and catch them, you must also identify if the animal is sick or not. So what are the symptoms of a sick squirrel?
Squirrel is sick
Squirrels are active Missouri animals that live in the wild but when you notice that there is a squirrel in your area you have to know if the animal is sick or not because it can be dangerous to you and to your pets at home. Here are some of the symptoms;
You all know what does a healthy Springfield squirrel looks like, that is why the most common or visible symptom of a squirrel is by their physical change. Their skin may have wounds, parasites or even spot of baldness on their fur may be a sign that they are sick. They may have bacteria or fungal infection if their fur is different than the usual.
You may also notice some behavioral change to the Missouri animal like if they show some weaknesses, they are not active than their usual self. It is a sign that they are feeling something severe in their body that needs to be cured and seek help for professionals.
Sick squirrels are dangerous to you and to your Springfield pet as well. They may pass the sickness through their bites, feces, urines and even the bites from their parasites. Always remember to seek help first and to search about how to handle sick squirrels, you may also call from wildlife center for more help on the animal.