This AM I stopped after I saw a smushed raccoon at the side of the road that was not there yesterday. The trunk and legs of the animal were just a wreck but the tail was intact so I removed it and disposed of the rest of it. I have used roadkill bird feathers in the past but have never taken animal parts. I know I need to do something with it to deal with the fleshy part and so I have rubbed the stub in salt. Is there something more I can do to take care of the remaining flesh? Thanks all. Steve Olympia Hope is that Thing with Feathers..