I remember all that well Chico, the hardest critter to rehab is the raccoon , and only because of the attachment you form, they stay with their moms for almost a full year, very needy critters, we've also rehabbed (very hard) critters that fools think will make wonderful pets....grrrrrrrr *L*, daughter and I get laughed at because we actually save a few seagulls every year, people think its a waste of money and time....not a bit as far as we are concerned. anyways, I'm sorry to have hijacked this thread.
How is the squirrel doing?? feeding alright? do you remember to wipe its mouth/fur clean after each feeding so bacteria doesn't form, they tend to lick while sleeping and any left over formula goes bad really fast on their face.