According to CBC News, Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary director Howard Smith says the beaver arrived "in pretty good shape, all things considered."
"He'll be inside now for the winter, because he's not in the best of condition," Smith told the Ottawa Sun. "He's thin."
As for Herbert, she's just glad she could do her civic duty."If I can save one beaver's life, that's a good thing," she told the Canadian Press. "There's a beaver pond where I live and that's just part of the wildlife that I see, and I like. This fellow, it looks like he's been orphaned and he needed help."