Ever see a hurt, sick or dead animal in your yard and wonder what exactly you're supposed to do about it?
Earlier this month, an injured squirrel was shuffling through a yard in Affton acting like its hind legs weren't working.
Concerned residents called the Bi-State Wildlife Hotline, a not-for-profit, 24/7 hotline designed to help residents with their wildlife questions, rescues and concerns.
Thanks to the hotline call, experts picked up the squirrel, which had a spinal injury (probably due to a dog attack, hotline organizers said.) They humanely euthanized the squirrel.
The hotline is one of Patch's newest bloggers,