So, I got this buddy I see every week or so whan I am snowshoeing behind our property.....its about 1 1/2 miles from our house. I'm 75% of the time I see him/her either grazing or in the den, so I just keep tabs on the little fella from time to time. Caught a good video (by my crappy camera) and see that my buddy has a problem with a hind leg. So, me being the Darwin type just say to myself....let it be, if he/her has made it this far, maybe they have adapted. SSSSSOOOOOO...I tell my wife one day, and the next day she has called me at work. She called the Tufts Wildlife center that treats wild animals, and if we can catch it we can brng it in for them to rehab/adapt.....OMG...my wife is going batty I tell you. I ask her, "so, how are we going to hike out on snow shoes for 3 miles, catch a porcupine, and then bring it back to the house"...I know I should have known the answer already as she already has a gameplan involving 1. ) Our 3 boys red sled, 2.) A large rubbermaid container .3) Some snacks for the Porcupine. I'm just thinking of George Kastanza and the marine biologist episode So, I hate to take out of of its elements, as I think it has adapted to the injury....but I think that we might be able to help it heal...I'd make sure that after rehab we would bring him back to his home. (A turned up rootball/log that I have coord's on my GPS) What you all think?...Cute little bugger aint he/she?