Tamera Jewell of Auburn, Ca rescued this adorable Ringtail after she was knocked from her nest by dogs. Tamera attempted to return little Ringtail Rose to the nest but the mother rejected her. Rose was bottle fed and has been hand raised by Tamera so is friendly with her. It is never recommended to try to keep a wild animal as a pet but hats off to Tamera for saving this elusive nocturnal creature.
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Raised in Concord, CA, Eileen found her home in Westwood, CA in the late 1970's where life included 18 years of heating only with a wood stove, lots of deep snows, cooking on a wood stove and plenty of homemade recipes to save money and feed well two growing boys and husband, a hard working timber faller. Their little family lived life as an adventure. Eileen learned how to make do and in fact, make things pretty nice around the house in the tiny town surrounded by lakes and streams. Her life long desire to write has turned into her dream job after a long career in newspaper and radio.
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