I had a problem with possums recently that took the life of my oldest and favorite rooster(the one in my profile pic)It was very heartbreaking for me when I found him.(He is what brought me here to start!) I made sure to keep my birds safe from opossums and other predators. one day i was searching in my back alley and found a dead possum on the road, i thought "good ridence!" seemed a car had hit it. But upon closer look, I notice movement and I flipped her over to see a pouch full of hairless baby possums! For that moment I felt bad for them and couldn't just leave them there, I read on how to safely remove them from the mother's pouch, and I removed all 11 babies from her. I've heard how the animal shelter from a friend who used to work there that they will put them down, so I thought maybe I can care for them, and wanted to ask those who faced similar situations (I know how to raise baby chicks without the hen, why not possum babies?) knowing what to feed them would help me alot, and other helpful tips can do good. I don't plan on keeping them as pets, I want them to get old enough and fit so they can be released back to the wild.