Meet Me at the Met: A Funny Raccoon Story

By |  June 12, 2014

Photo courtesy of, and copyrighted by, Gene White

Photo courtesy of, and copyrighted by, Gene White, pmimages@earthlink.net

One of the most interesting raccoon jobs we had was when The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced the Temple of Dendur display area had a live raccoon. Can you imagine being inside a museum with the lights dimmed down for effect, and you see a  raccoon stroll past you? We were able to remove the raccoon immediately before it meandered into other sections of the Met, which houses million-dollar displays of famous artwork.

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Aust is president and CEO of Bird Doctor Nationwide and can be reached at stuart@birddoctorinc.com.

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