When Evergreen resident Amy Guido was taking out the trash a couple of weeks ago, she saw a chipmunk flailing around in her yard.
“He was flipping and flopping and trying to move,” she said. “It really hurt my heart.”
Guido said she placed the animal in a box and tried to find someone to help him.
She finally called the Family Veterinary Hospital of Evergreen, which agreed to take a look at him.
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