Harbor the raccoon had a very bad start in life; the poor thing had been living in a filthy cage full of rotten food in the under-cabin of a boat since he was a baby, conditions which left him 80% blind.
Thankfully he was rescued and handed over to rehabilitator Mary Ellen Schoeman, who built him an outdoor enclosure where he could recover. Ever since he is one happy fella, despite his tragic past.
“I have worked with raccoons for many years, and I can honestly say that I have never encountered one who greets each day with such happiness, and who loves so fully and so deeply. He loves his pool, his toys and every single person he meets.” -MaryEllen Schoeman