Actually, I really don't think the little guy is smiling, I think he's slightly perturbed. Well, maybe really angry -- and hungry. But, hey, he now gets a fighting chance at life including a smorgasbord of chopped mice and other opossum-friendly foods before being released to a more appropriate environment. The motherless infant opossum was brought to City Wildlife. He'll be fed and cared for there until he can be safely released. City Wildlife, http://www.citywildlife.org/, the District's first ever rehabilitation center, created to provide critical care for sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals, officially opened its doors last week. City Wildlife, our new next door neighbor, is located at 15 Oglethorpe Street, NW. Animals, like this baby opossum, are received 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Check out City Wildlife's website for information on how you can make the area a safer place for all animals.