This puppy wants you to have a good Thursday.
This baby deer REALLY likes getting its belly rubbed.
"Caught another deer at work today and we were rubbing its belly and it would freak out if we stopped and tried to put it down. The momma deer was watching from the hillside. The fawn was following us around the job site, so we carried it up the hillside and he left with his mother. I assure you she did not reject it."
Video/caption by ©Justin Lewis
A baby bat holding his bottle AND his stuffed koala.
Photo by ©Baby Bats and Buddies of Bats QLD
Who needs a blankie when you have a Mommy?
Photo via I Have Seen The Whole Of The Internet
Photo by ©its-my-fault: “Everybody, meet Max😻❤️ “
Baby Bat with a pacifier. Wait… You’re not doing it right, Baby Bat!
Photo via Baby Bats and Buddies of Bats QLD
Here, take this Bat Burrito.
When this little chimp was abandoned by his mother his future looked grim. But thanks to the unlikely intervention of a huge bull mastiff and her adorable litter of four puppies, his life was soon a lot happier. The chimpanzee was born at a Russian zoo and was taken home by one of the staff after it became clear he had not bonded with his mother. By chance, her 100lb bull mastiff had just given birth and the dog was soon treating the new addition as one of the family.
Via Daily Mail
"…and then I jumped and then the doggie said ‘Let’s take a break and have a treat’ and then I jumped again and then he laughed and then there was this birdie and then… Are you listening, aren’t you????"
Photo by ©Miss_Teryland
"Look, you follow me home and I’ll ask mom if I can keep you, okay?"
Photo via Imgur
“I’m going to be a Dad in a few months so I’m practicing with the kitten,” said James McWhorter.
Via Love Meow
Baby monkey taking a bath. I can’t bare the cuteness.
Roger Williams Park Zoo Welcomes Endangered Tree Kangaroo
Roger Williams Park Zoo in Rhode Island has just announced the birth of a Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo, born in October last year. The female joey, named Holly, is the first tree kangaroo birth at the zoo in over 20 years, and one of only one of three born in captivity in the U.S. last year.
Tree Kangaroos are an Endangered species, and are part of a Species Survival Program – a cooperative breeding program through the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) that aims to rehabilitate endangered and threatened species populations.