There. Are. No. Words.

Only sqweeks. From Japan. Again.

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  1. Fleurdamour says:

    I like how he looks like he is dancing while he eats, heinie wiggling and toe tapping. And anything so little it spills milk while it drinks is cute.

  2. Dog Lover says:

    Ummmmmmm. You’re right, there are no words. *thud*

  3. Otterly RIDI-CUTE-LOUS

  4. My wife and I call that “The Happy Dance.” We love to feed the sqwerls in our backyard—we got a lot of ’em—and they hope up and down when they get excited. Also when it rains and gets windy. “The Rain Crazies” or “The Wind Crazies.” Affordable entertainment.

  5. OMG! Cute just doesn’t cover it.

    But I always have to wonder why these babies that are being fed aren’t put on non-slippery surfaces, and also why they are not held firmly and in a cuddle so they don’t have to expend energy trying to keep upright. Surely they would feel more secure and ‘mothered’?

  6. Omigerd, the bebeh otter isn’t much bigger than the hand!

  7. “Thud” right next to you!

  8. kittykat416 says:

    Babeh otter belleh!


  9. The Original Jane says:

    MINE! ALL MINE!!!!!

  10. The Original Jane says:

    Ahem…I did not mean the baby otter was saying this. I’m saying it about him! I call dibs on him!

  11. His head was so big! Compared to his little baby body! Are baby otter heads always so huge?