A family of raccoons living in the walls is probably annoying. Although, in New York City, I’m not so sure they’d really rise above the din of sirens, gunshots, drunken arguments, and screams as humans are roasted alive. I know, it’s not fair; I shouldn’t focus on the pimps and the C.H.U.D.s. At any rate, they were kind of annoying William Levin who, despite putting up with the squatters for years, couldn’t stand idly by when he heard a baby raccoon fall to a precarious place inside the walls and start calling for help. He quickly grabbed a hammer and broke through the rescue the kit, who was later turned over to a rehabilitation center closer to nature. No human should be so humane.
But at least, in true 21st century fashion, the whole rescue was caught on video and uploaded to YouTube.
Source: New York Daily News