I had just reached my driveway when I seen a ball of fur rolling around @ the curb and realized it was an injured squirrel. I couldn't leave it there suffering, so wearing my gardening gloves and a small shovel, moved it to a yard swing so nothing would disturb it until I figured out what to do, at the time I could tell her hind foot was broken and she couldn't run. She'd let me pet her but eyes were tearful from pain. My daughters checked with local Bellefontaine police about any animal control but we had none in the area but we were told Union county had a Wildlife rescue. After giving them a call, we were able to transfer the squirrel and met up just outside Marysville. My daughter and I were so impressed with how immediate the wildlife person had the squirrel comforted of her pain and stabilized also knowing she was a female less than 1 year and never given birth before. Wow! she knew this in like 5 minutes as she was transferring from our box to a crate, giving a pain injection and stabilizing her body temperature. We received a text the next day she was doing well. Waiting to see about any follow up & release. Thank goodness for such a caring service to animals.