She looks like a construction worker sitting on the beam of a building while enjoying a nice sandwich.
Reddit user _GoldGuy_ shared a story we all wish happened to ourselves: his cat made friends with a chipmunk and they became cuddle buddies. Sounds impossible? Well, it took some bravery from the little chipmunk, since his species and kittens don’t get along often but these sure do.
Of course, at first the chipmunk seemed scared but when it notices the cat meant no harm to him, he slowly approached and seeing how the kitten was chilling, he cuddled on top of his holy fluffiness. As simple as that: cuddle friendship born.
When Lizzy the koala was rushed to an Australian Zoo’s wildlife hospital after being hit by a car, her biggest supporter was there by her side.
Kitty Loves A Bath!
He got a little impatient waiting for his treat
Marry Krupa, a student at Pennsylvania State University has earned herself the nickname “Squirrel Whisperer,” after she posted these adorable photos online. When she first came to the university she came to realized that the squirrels trusted her enough for her to feed and pet them, so she decided to do what any rational person would do in this situation: Krupa began to dress the squirrels in funny outfits.
Canadian couple Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter thought they were getting a little pygmy piglet when they first adopted Esther. Turns out, they got a lot more pig than they paid for. The adorable little pink pig just kept growing and growing, and within only two years weighed a whopping 667 pounds!
The couple’s “mini-pig” was actually a full-size commercial pig. After falling head over hooves for sweet Esther, the couple decided there was no way size would get in the way of their friendship.
When Steve and Derek first adopted Esther she was a tiny little thing that weighed only 3-pounds.
Every garbage day, 2-year-old triplets wait excitedly for their garbage collectors – Andrew Black, Rob Whitmore, and Chad Cover – to show up.
“The crew gets out of the truck and they high-five the babies and give fist bumps and we talk,” their mother, Martha Sugalski, told Buzzfeed. “They spend 10 to 15 minutes with us every Tuesday and Friday.”
The crew became acquainted when the triplets, Holden, Heaton, and Wilder, were just 2 months old. Martha would walk them around their Florida neighborhood in their stroller. She would wave to the crew as they drove by.
Nice to have helpers when unloading groceries
Shark begging to be pet