The rescue hasn't dealt with many cases of dwarfism, but said that the condition can lead to health issues such as difficulty regulating body temperature. If the little squirrel does in fact have dwarfism, he may not be able to be returned to the wild.
Even if he can't be released, the rescue group will make sure he's taken care of. Volunteers for Wildlife is licensed to keep native wildlife, and plans to give him a safe and happy home if he needs one.
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