Michaela Lee, comforts her dog, Madison, while recovering on her sofa from being attacked by five raccoons yesterday down the street from her home in Lakewood, Wash., on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Madison distracted some of the raccoons preventing her owner from getting more seriously wounded in the attack. Lee received 16 punctured wounds and with about 100 laceration wounds from the raccoon attack. Two of the punctured wounds each received 5 staples.
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